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American History

 

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Richard B

 

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October 23, 2014

 

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University

 

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Lou Gehrig played for the New York Yankees and his position was First Base, Outfield and Shortstop for one at bat in 1934. Lou Gehrig was most famous for his two thousand one hundred and thirty consecutive games played. This mean he played almost 14 consecutive seasons with out miss one game. That is phenomenal...
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That is phenomenal. In fact it was the Major League Baseball's record for consecutive games played for the longest time until Cal Ripken Junior broke it just a few years ago. If you look at Gehrig's career number you can see that his stats are staggering. His career batting average is .340. Out of his total games played which was two thousand one hundred and sixty four he had one thousand, nine hundred and ninety five Runs Batted In...
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