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Lou Gehrig

by Richard Rambeck

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Published by Child"s World, Distributed to schools and libraries in the U.S. by Encyclopaedia Britannica in [Mankato, MN], Chicago .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Gehrig, Lou, 1903-1941 -- Juvenile literature.,
    • Gehrig, Lou, 1903-1941.,
    • New York Yankees (Baseball team) -- History -- Juvenile literature.,
    • Baseball players -- United States -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.,
    • Baseball players.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Richard Rambeck.
      ContributionsChild"s World (Firm(
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGV865.G4 R36 1994
      The Physical Object
      Pagination31 p. :
      Number of Pages31
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1735685M
      ISBN 101567660738
      LC Control Number92040673
      OCLC/WorldCa27186659

      Synopsis. Hall of Fame baseball player Lou Gehrig was born in New York City in A standout football and baseball player, Gehrig signed his first contract with the New York Yankees in Born: Enjoy the best Lou Gehrig Quotes at BrainyQuote. Quotations by Lou Gehrig, American Athlete, Born J Share with your :

        Overview This biography traces Gehrig’s life, from childhood through his illustrious career with the Yankees to his struggle with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and his tragic death at age thirty-seven. Expressive illustrations capture the strength, modesty, and dignity for which this remarkable man will always be remembered/5(8). In this surprising rediscovery, historian Gaff (Lou Gehrig) presents the lost memoir of New York Yankee Gehrig (–), written in In a conversational style, Gehrig discusses his hu.

        The lost memoir from baseball icon Lou Gehrig—a major historical discovery, published for the first time as a book, with “color commentary” from historian Alan Gaff. In , the legendary Lou Gehrig sat down to write the remarkable story of his life and career. He was at his peak, fresh off a record-breaking season with the fabled ‘27 World Series champion : Simon & Schuster Audio.   The Last Ride of the Iron Horse is subtitled “How Lou Gehrig Fought ALS to Play One Final Championship Season” and the author, Dan Joseph, used radio broadcasts, newspaper stories, and rare film footage to share the story of Lou Gehrig’s difficult and final year in the New York Yankees’ lineup. Baseball Almanac loved it, enjoying how brief and well .


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The definitive account of the life and tragic death of baseball legend Lou Gehrig. Lou Gehrig was a baseball legend—the Iron Horse, the stoic New York Yankee who was the greatest first baseman in history, a man whose consecutive-games streak was ended by a horrible disease that now bears his by: 9.

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And the pieces — all reproduced in this book — mesh with the polite, reserved, determined and humble son of German immigrants.

Many people understood that reality from the beginning, as explained in the new book, “The Pride of the Yankees: Lou Gehrig, Gary Cooper, and the Making of a Classic,” by Richard Sandomir. CMG Worldwide is excited to announce the new and improved website of Lou Gehrig. Dive into the website’s updated visuals and content—the design is thoroughly modernized, responsive, and ready to explore.

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Lou Gehrig, one of the most durable players in American professional baseball and one of its great hitters. From June 1,to May 2,Gehrig appeared in 2, consecutive games, a record that stood until it was broken on September 6,by Cal Ripken, Jr.

Jonathan Eig, author of the Gehrig biography Luckiest Man, theorized that Lou was squeezing the bat extra hard to compensate for ALS draining strength out of his back, hips and legs, the parts of. Henry Louis Gehrig (J — June 2, ) was a Major League first baseman who played his entire career for the New York Yankees.

Gehrig was known as "The Iron Horse" for his a 14 year span between andhe played in 2, consecutive games. The streak was broken when Gehrig became disabled with the fatal neuromuscular Birth: JNew York City.

Alan D. Gaff is an independent scholar and the author of many books, including Lou Gehrig: The Lost Memoir, Bayonets in the Wilderness, Blood in the Argonne, and On Many a Bloody Field, hailed as “a masterpiece of Civil War scholarship” (The.

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Quickview. Lou Gehrig: The Lost Memoir. Gehrig tragically passed away at the age of 37 from ALS, which is now is now commonly referred to as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Gaff hopes people will read this book and learn about who Gehrig was.

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