Lou Gehrig Born June 19,1903 Died June 2,1941
How many more Grand Slams? Lou hit 23 Grand Slams during his legendary career. Lou still holds the record for the most Grand Slams.
Gehrig hits another home run! Lou won the Triple Crown award in 1934 with a batting average of .363 and 49 home runs.
The Legendary Yankee! Lou Gehrig became the only player to drive in 500 runs in three years. Gehrig set a record by playing 2,130 games.
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis disease. Lou was diagnosed with ALS in 1939. He died on June 2, 1941. He retired from baseball 2 years after his Speech. Lou Gehrig made a speech called the “The Luckiest Man Alive” in Yankee Stadium!
This is a picture of Lou hitting a Home Run. This picture shows Lou Gehrig hitting his 23rd Grand Slam.