Lou Gehrig retired in 1939 with 2,721 hits.
Lou Gehrig had 1,269 hits in Yankee Stadium.
Lou Gehrig had 1,995 RBIs during his career.
Lou Gehrig scored 1,888 runs in his career.
Lou Gehrig struck out 790 times during his career.
Lou Gehrig had 2,721 hits as a New York Yankee.
From 1925 through 1932, Lou Gehrig had a total of 1,541 hits.
Lou Gehrig hit 23 Grand Slams during his career, which is a MLB record.
Lou Gehrig played his entire career for the New York Yankees.
Lou Gehrig was known as "The Iron Horse" and "Larrupin Lou" during his career.
Lou Gehrig hit 493 home runs during a career that spanned from 1923-1939. Through 2010, Lou Gehrig is tied with Fred McGriff for 26th in career home runs.