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THE IRON MAN OF BASEBALL --- LOU GEHRIG, 1903 to 1941.

A. Lou Gehrig played first base from 1925 to 1939, 15 years for the New York Yankees.

Lou played first base. He had a lifetime batting average of .340, he hit 493 home runs.

Lou Gehrig had home runs in seven world series games.

B. Lou played 2,130 straight games without missing one game.

C. Lou’s record stood until 1995 when Carl Ripken, Jr. broke his record.


D. When Lou retired they x-rayed his hands, every finger had been broken at least once, some twice, and

some three breaks in one finger. Lou played and never missed a game, Lou knew how to PLAY HURT!

Lou had a rare disease and died at 37 years old.

Great men don’t quit, and great men learn how to play when they are hurting.

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