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Lou Gehrig and Joe Dimaggio...2 of the greatest to ever play the game.

Daily Man Up (30 Photos)

April 1939 - New York Yankees Lou Gehrig leaps over a bat held by Joe DiMaggio during spring training. Lou Gehrig played his last game on this day with the Yankees. He had previously played in consecutive games. (Sporting News Archives)

Lou Gehrig- my all time favorite player

The 50 Greatest Baseball Players of All Time

Lou "The Iron Horse" Gehrig played in consecutive baseball games from 1925 to That record stood for over 55 years.

May 3, 1936 Joe DiMaggio makes his much anticipated major league debut, collecting three hits, including a triple, and scoring three runs in the Yankees’ 14-5 win over the Browns in New York.

May 1936 Joe DiMaggio makes his much anticipated major league debut, collecting three hits, including a triple, and scoring three runs in the Yankees’ win over the Browns in New York.

Not all of us on the team play tennis, but those of us that do grew up watching Bjorn Borg & John McEnroe... especially memorable were those times when McEnroe would throw a spectacular tantrum.

TRUE WIMBLEDON LEGEND

As a teenager I watched professional tennis all the time. It wasn't just for the tennis mind you! It was because of Bjorn Borg. not McEnroe!

Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig (1927); they don't come like this anymore

siphotos: “ Yankee stars Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig pose in their “Bustin’ Babes” and “Larrupin Lous” uniforms from their 1927 barnstorming tour. On this day in Babe Ruth made his last public.

Lou Gehrig, Dick Mayes - fan, Babe Ruth  1934 St. Petersburg FL

New York Yankees' spring training camp: St. Petersburg, Florida L-R Lou Gehrig, Dick Mayes (fan from Brooksville, FL ) and Babe Ruth.

Lou Gerhig and Babe Ruth..

Babe Ruth hugging Lou Gehrig after his farewell speech at Yankee Stadium, 1939

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