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Lou Gehrig

Lou Gehrig spent over half of his entire life playing baseball for the New York Yankees. Gehrig died at the young age of 37 from ALS, which has become known as Lou Gehrigs Disease. He earned his nickname The Iron Horse for his durability, playing in an MLB record 2,130 consecutive games, a mark that was later broken by Cal Ripken Jr. Gehrig had a lifetime batting average of .340 and hit 493 career home runs.


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