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The Top Ten Lou Gehrig Quotes
The real name of American professional baseball first baseman Lou Gehrig is Henry Louis Gehrig. From 1923 through 1939, he was a member of the New York Yankees in Major League Baseball (MLB). He was well known for his hitting ability and durability.
Lou Gehrig was admitted to the Baseball Hall of Fame after being named an All-Star seven times in a row.
He has also won the Triple Crown once and been named American League (AL) Most Valuable Player twice.
He also played on six World Series championship teams. For his supporters, he was and always will be the finest.
“I enjoy winning, but I enjoy losing just as much.” I enjoy both the thrill of victory and the challenge of defeat.” Lou Gehrig’s
“I may have had a bad break, but I have a lot to live for.”Lou Gehrig’s
“Discrimination has no place in baseball.” It’s our national pastime, and it’s a game for everyone.” Lou Gehrig’s
“What are your plans?” Recognize that the pitchers have you on the verge of giving up? That is not possible.
You must convince yourself that the pitchers are as good or as horrible as they have always been.” Lou Gehrig’s
“It’s something to have a beautiful mother-in-law who sides with you in squabbles with her own daughter.”Lou Gehrig’s
“A ballplayer who loses his head, who can’t hold his calm, is worse than not having any ballplayer at all.”Lou Gehrig’s
The seventh of ten Lou Gehrig quotes
“At first, I used to make one horrible play per game.
Then I came to the point where I’d make one every week and finally pull a nasty one around once a month.
Now I’m attempting to limit it to one every season.” Lou Gehrig’s
“I’m not one for making headlines.
I believe I could have stood on my head as long as I was following Ruth to the plate and no one would have known.” Lou Gehrig’s
“It’s a blessing to have a father and a mother who work their entire lives so you may get an education and build your body.”Lou Gehrig’s