Lou Gehrig

'Ice Bucket Challenge' Attempts To Break US Guinness Record In Central Park On Saturday, the social media campaign made a huge comeback in Central Park.
Yankees' Franchise Four: Fans Choose Past Legends Over Jeter, MoDerek Jeter and Mariano Rivera retired as beloved in the Bronx as any of the greats in Monument Park. But neither landed on the Yankees' Mount Rushmore.
Happy And Grateful, A-Rod Takes Place As AL's RBI KingAlex Rodriguez is in a good place. He's breaking records and, maybe more surprising, on solid footing with the Yankees.
A-Rod's 3-Run Homer Moves Him Past Ruth, Gehrig On All-Time RBIs ListAlex Rodriguez pulled off quite a power move on Wednesday.
By The Numbers: Which Yankees Should Have Their Numbers Retired?Where does one draw the line? Either a retired number is something special or it's not.
Ranking The Best Local Athletes In History By Jersey/Uniform Number: 9-1Here we are, the final stretch. These are the best local athletes in history by jersey number, from 9-1.
Autographed Lou Gehrig Ticket Stub Fetches $95,600 At AuctionA ticket stub signed by Lou Gehrig on July 4, 1939 -- the day he retired from baseball -- has sold at auction for $95,600.
WATCH: Jeter Tops Gehrig For Yankees' Doubles RecordDerek Jeter, who plans to retire at the end of the season, previously passed "The Iron Horse" as the franchise's all-time hits leader in September 2009.
MLB Honors Lou Gehrig On 75th Anniversary Of Iconic SpeechThe tribute will include a video shown at all ballparks featuring a first baseman from each team reciting a line from Gehrig's "luckiest man" speech.
Palladino: Gehrig’s Legendary Speech Still Teaches Us Lessons TodayGehrig taught a lesson on July 4, 1939. His speech, the greatest ever delivered in the sports arena, continues to teach today.
Sports Memorabilia Seized From Money Laundering Convict To Go Up For AuctionYou have a chance to score some rare sports memorabilia – including items from Yankees legends such as Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig and Mickey Mantle.
Gehrig Letter Expressing Optimism He'd Beat ALS Goes On Auction BlockThere was a time when Lou Gehrig was feeling fairly good about his chances against the disease that ultimately took his life at the age of 37.