Tag Archives: Lou Gehrig

Wish We Were There: 1932 World Series- Ruth's Finale and the "Called Shot"

In 2010 the Yankees will be entering their 97th year as the Yankees (107th year in franchise history combined as Highlanders and Yankees) which means majority of the people who read these blogs have not been able to see all of the amazing moments in Yankees history. If I could have seen one classic moment ...

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Jeter and Gehrig Share a Day Together

As my brilliant baseball statistics professor pointed out, Derek Jeter and Lou Gehrig will spend at least 24 hours tied atop the Yankees all-time hits leaderboard. For at least 24 hours, they share 2,721 hits, but it also gives people time to realize how much both players were loved by fans. These men are ...

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All Eyes On Jeter As He Closes In On Gehrig

At 2,718 hits, Derek Jeter is just three hits away from tying and four from passing Lou Gehrig as the Yankees all-time hits leader and with a double-header today he’ll have a strong opportunity to pass The Iron Horse today. So it makes sense that everyone is focused on the guy who is no. 2 on ...

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