Gehrig broke the record of shortstop Everett Scott, who appeared in 1,307 consecutive games from June 20, 1916 through May 6, 1925. During his 12 seasons in the majors, Scott played for the Boston Red Sox, the New York Yankees, the Washington Senators, the Chicago White Sox and the Cincinnati Reds. Interestingly, Gehrig's own streak of 2,130 consecutive games began on June 1, 1925, just weeks after Scott's ended.
Lou Gehrig had a lifetime batting average of 340, had 493 home runs, and 1995 RBI's During his 17 year career he also played in 2130 consecutive games.
During the 1995 season Cal Ripken Jr. played in his 2130th consecutive game to tie Lou Gehrig. The consecutive games played streak started on May 30, 1982, and on September 6, 1995 Cal past Lou Gehrig with game #2131.
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.
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Gehrig hit 493 home runs during his career.
Lou Gehrig had 1,995 RBIs during his career.
Gehrig played his entire career with the New York Yankees in the American League.
Lou Gehrig wore #4 during his career with the New York Yankees.
Gehrig played in 2164 Major League games during his career.
Lou Gehrig struck out 790 times during his career.
That would be Michael Jordan who won 10 scoring titles during his career. 1986-87 through 1992-93 (seven consecutive seasons) and 1995-96 through 1997-98 (three consecutive seasons).
Lou Gehrig never literally played the position. But he was penciled in as the shortstop for one game during his career. It was on July 14, 1934 against the Detroit Tigers. This was done to continue his consecutive games played streak. Due to Gehrig's sore back, he was listed as the shortstop and batted lead-off. He led off the game with a single and Red Rolfe was put in as a pinch runner. In the bottom of the first Rolfe was sent out to play shortstop. Gehrig's main position was first base. Although he did play a handful of games in right and left field.
absolutely not,it is always injuries to health and during fast it is more injuries.
Lou Gehrig was known as "The Iron Horse" and "Larrupin Lou" during his career.
Some of the most common injuries suffered during a motorcycle crash can be severe head injuries that result in trauma, broken bones, severe road rash and injuries to the spine.
Lou Gehrig hit 23 Grand Slams during his career, which is a MLB record.
head trauma,spine and leg injuries
Acute injuries A+
Yes. Lou Gehrig, like every other baseball player, has lost games during the season. He was a first baseman and part of a team.
Shannon miller had about 20 injuries during the time she was doing gymnastics