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Като доброволец за събиране на средства за неправителствена организация, мога с две ръце да се съглася, че това е една от най-трудните работи на света. Организацията АЛС (ALS) се бори за финансиране на изследвания за откриване на лекарство против болестта амиотрофична латерална склероза (АЛС), или още позната като болестта на Лу Гериг. Четете още на:

Лу Гериг даёт автограф для Фрэнка Синатры в 1939 году

Henry Louis Gehrig Born: June 19, 1903, New York, New York Died: June 2, 1941, Bronx, New York Bats: Left Throws: Left Played For: New York Yankees (1923-1939) Elected to the Hall of Fame by Baseball Writers: 1939


ALS & Lou Gehrig - The ALS Association


Lou gehrig arguably best player ever! and most courageous

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Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth at Yankee Stadium on July 4, 1939. Lou died 2 Jun,41 of ALS, since called Lou Gehrig Disease and Babe died 16 Aug 1948 of head / brain cancer.


Lou Gehrig 1938 Action

One of the most well known Yankees this is Lou Gehrig. He made his debut to the MLB on the Yankees in 1923, and his last appearance was also on the Yankees in 1939. He was nicknamed "The Iron Horse". His batting average was .340. He was voted the best 1st baseman of all time. He died of Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or "Lou Gehrigs Disease.


Lou Gehrig ~ "Henry Louis Gehrig (June 19, 1903 – June 2, 1941) was an American baseball first baseman who played 17 seasons in Major League Baseball for the New York Yankees (1923–1939). Gehrig set several major league records, including most career grand slams (23) and most consecutive games played (2,130). Gehrig is chiefly remembered for his prowess as a hitter and his durability, a trait which earned him his nickname 'The Iron Horse,' as well as the pathos of his farewell from…


Lou Gehrig's speech on the 4th of July 1939. Despite the statistics that may state otherwise and that are misleading because his career was cut short, Lou Gerhig was the greatest Yankee who ever put on that uniform. May he always be remembered for what he still represents in spirit: THE PRIDE OF THE YANKEES. Every Yankee should remember him and follow his legacy.