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Gehrig and the Babe: The Friendship and the Feud

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Gehrig & The Babe: The Friendship and The Feud is the emotionally-gripping electrifying account of the relationship of legendary New York Yankee icons Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth and the tragic behind-the-scenes fight that bitterly tore them apart until Gehrig was dying of a horrific disease.  The Casey Book of the Year FinalistWritten by historian and best-selling author Tony Castro, this critically acclaimed book tells their remarkable story that has often been lost between the pages of individual biographies of the American icons but here is explored in such scope and detail that The Wall Street Journal called Gehrig & The Babe "... the 'Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid' of baseball." ESPN's Jeremy Schaap called Gehrig & The Babe "a fascinating story told in full really for the first time, 70-plus years after their death." Tony Castro, whose Mickey Mantle: America's Prodigal Son has been hailed by The New York Times as the definitive biography of the Hall of Fame legend, worked almost a decade on Gehrig & The Babe, interviewing hundreds of their surviving former teammates, associates, and friends while also extensively researching their lives in New York, Baltimore, Boston and Los Angeles as well as studying years of newspaper accounts of the era in which they played. 

New York Yankees Lou Gehrig and Joe DiMaggio Together in 1937. 8x10 Photograph

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8x10 black and white photograph of the New York Yankees greats Lou Gehrig and Joe DiMaggio in 1937.

Lou Gehrig New York Yankees MLB Pro Quotes Photo (Size: 9" x 11") Framed

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Custom cropped on matte photographic paper and framed in a 1/2" black wood frame (open faced with no glass or plexi-glass), fully licensed Pro Quotes offer motivational, inspirational, and sometimes just fun quotes from your favorite sports and entertainment personalities. Available in 8x10, 11x14 (easel back and hang tag) and 16x20 (saw tooth hanger) sizes.

NY Yankees Babe Ruth & Lou Gehrig"Duck Hunt" 12x18 Photograph (SG Signature Engraved Plate Series) Framed

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George Herman Babe Ruth, otherwise known as "The Babe," was an American original and baseball's first great slugger. Is there anyone who hasn't heard of Babe Ruth? All he did was lead the Bronx Bombers to four World Series titles, hitting 714 home runs in the process. He led the league in HRs 12 times, including a remarkable 60 round-trippers in 1927. Lou Gehrig played 17 seasons for the Yankees and was renowned for his prowess as a hitter and for his durability, a trait which earned him his nickname "The Iron Horse." He finished with a remarkable career batting average of .340. A seven-time All-Star, and six-time World Series champion, Geri won the Triple Crown in 1934 and was twice named the American League's Most Valuable Player. Ruth & Geri were teammates for several seasons and had a tumultuous relationship. Over their years together on the Yankees, there were verbal spats between the pipe-smoking, college-educated Lou and the ebullient, stogie-chomping Babe. But on July 4, 1939, the New York Yankees held "Lou Geri Day" at Yankee Stadium. Geri had been diagnosed with ALS just two weeks earlier. With more than 62,000 fans in attendance, the Iron Horse took the microphone for what would become one of the most memorable moments in baseball history. At the close of Geri's emotio...

Reproduction Picture From 1927 Photograph of Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig

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Lantern Press Lou Gehrig Sliding into Home Plate Baseball - Vintage Photograph (15oz White Ceramic Mug)

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This original high-quality 15oz Mug from Lantern Press boasts sharp detail and vivid imagery of Lou Gehrig Sliding into Home Plate Baseball - Vintage Photograph (15oz White Ceramic Mug). - Printed in America! - Dishwasher & Microwave Safe - Image on front and back - Vibrant color, durable, and flawless finish - Archival ink: UV resistant, color safe, fade resistant We use only fine art inks, which are fade-resistant, museum-quality archival quality, with acid-free pigment. The mug will ship in a sturdy mailer box, protected in a sleeve. Lantern Press is a dynamic art company that specializes in the world's leading imagery. Our collection includes original works created by our in-house art team, photography, home & office decor trends, vintage art, and more. Your support allows us to continue doing what we love - creating beautiful art.

Lou Gehrig Sliding into Home Plate Baseball - Vintage Photograph (20x30 Premium 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle, Made in USA!)

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The Pride of the Yankees: Lou Gehrig, Gary Cooper, and the Making of a Classic

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"I CONSIDER MYSELF THE LUCKIEST MAN ON THE FACE OF THE EARTH."On July 4, 1939, baseball great Lou Gehrig delivered what has been called "baseball's Gettysburg Address" at Yankee Stadium and gave a speech that included the phrase that would become legendary. He died two years later and his fiery widow, Eleanor, wanted nothing more than to keep his memory alive. With her forceful will, she and the irascible producer Samuel Goldwyn quickly agreed to make a film based on Gehrig's life, The Pride of the Yankees. Goldwyn didn't understand--or care about--baseball. For him this film was the emotional story of a quiet, modest hero who married a spirited woman who was the love of his life, and, after a storied career, gave a short speech that transformed his legacy. With the world at war and soldiers dying on foreign soil, it was the kind of movie America needed. Using original scrips, letters, memos, and other rare documents, Richard Sandomir tells the behind-the-scenes story of how a classic was born. There was the so-called Scarlett O'Hara-like search to find the actor to play Gehrig; the stunning revelations Elanor made to the scriptwriter Paul Gallico about her life with Lou; the intensive training Cooper underwent to learn how to catch, throw, and hit a baseball for the first time; ...

NY Yankees Lou Gehrig "Iron Horse" 8x10 Photograph (SGA UnderFifty Series) Framed

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NYC native Lou Gehrig played 17 seasons for the Yankees and was renowned for his prowess as a hitter and for his durability, a trait which earned him his nickname "The Iron Horse." He finished with a remarkable career batting average of .340. A 7x All-Star, and 6x World Series champion, Gehrig won the Triple Crown in 1934 and was twice named the American League's MVP. Gehrig set several major league records during his career, the most famous being his consecutive games played streak (2,130), a record that stood for 56 years and was long considered unbreakable until surpassed by Cal Ripken, Jr. in 1995. Gehrig's streak ended on May 2, 1939, when he voluntarily took himself out of the lineup after his play was hampered by amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), an incurable neuromuscular disorder now commonly referred to in North America as Lou Gehrig's disease. The disease forced him to retire at age 36 and was the cause of his death two years later. The pathos of his farewell from baseball was capped off by his iconic 1939 "Luckiest Man on the Face of the Earth" speech at Yankee Stadium. Gehrig was elected to the Hall of Fame that December. Today, the Lou Gehrig Memorial Award is given annually to the MLB player best exhibiting Gehrig's integrity and character. The SGA UnderFifty Se...

Lou Gehrig 1937 Action Photo Print

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Lou Gehrig & Babe Ruth Posed Sports Photo

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Lou Gehrig Posed Photo Print

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