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Lou Gehrig - Awards And Accomplishments

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1927, 1936 Named the American League's Most Valuable Player (MVP)
1931 Sets the American League record for most runs batted in in one season (184)
1932 Becomes the first and only player to bat in more than 500 runs in three years
1934 Wins the American League Triple Crown
1939 Elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame
1939 Becomes the first athlete ever to have his number retired
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over 7 years ago

you guys are funny. my great grandfather is true and he is the best ever!!!!!!!!!!!!

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over 8 years ago

The 1st and 2nd comment you 2 peoples are insane. Lou Gehrig made history no one can do what Lou did. Are you to crazy? LOU GEHRIG IS THE BEST WHO EVER LIVED!

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over 9 years ago

Whoever wrote that last comment is stupid, Lou is dead and you just disrespected him!

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almost 5 years ago

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over 5 years ago

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over 9 years ago

I KNOW THIS IS DUMB, BUT WAS LOU A REAL PERSON? IT DOES NOT LOOK LIKE.