Lou Gehrig - Wikipedia
Early life. Gehrig was born in 1903 at 309 East 94th Street in the Yorkville neighborhood of Manhattan; he weighed almost 14 pounds (6.4 kg) at birth.
Lou Gehrig - Official Site
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Lou Gehrig Stats | Baseball-Reference.com
Salaries may not be complete (especially pre-1985) and may not include some earned bonuses
Lou Gehrig's Disease (ALS) - Kids Health - the Web's most ...
Lou Gehrig's disease refers to a disorder called amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS. This disease damages the neuromuscular system, which allows the body to move.
Lou Gehrig - Famous Baseball Players - Biography.com
Read about the late Lou Gehrig. Learn about his childhood, his career with the New York Yankees and his battle with ALS, at Biography.com.
Lou Gehrig - New York Yankees
To fully appreciate the legacy that Henry Louis Gehrig left behind, one truly has to look at the beginning, the middle and the end. The beginning was 100 years ago ...
Lou Gehrig | Society for American Baseball Research
On July 4, 1939, between games of a doubleheader at Yankee Stadium, nearly 42,000 baseball fans sat quietly in the stands waiting for their team’s first baseman to ...
Ray Robinson, Who Wrote of Gehrig the Man, Dies at 96 ...
Ray Robinson beside a plaque honoring Lou Gehrig in Yankee Stadium. Ray Robinson, a longtime magazine editor who wrote well-received biographies of ...
Thomas Gehrig, MD | Cardiologist | Duke Health
Thomas Gehrig, MD is a Cardiologist who sees patients at Duke Cardiology at Southpoint.
What is ALS? - The ALS Association
What is ALS? ALS, or amyotrophic ... Notable individuals who have been diagnosed with ALS include baseball great Lou Gehrig, theoretical physicist, ...