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Yankees History: Lou Gehrig's 1927 bizarre record breaking loss - Pinstripe  Alley

Yankees History: Lou Gehrig's 1927 bizarre record breaking loss - Pinstripe Alley

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Yankees History: Lou Gehrig's 1927 bizarre record breaking loss - Pinstripe  Alley
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Yankees History: Lou Gehrig's 1927 bizarre record breaking loss - Pinstripe  Alley
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Yankees History: Lou Gehrig's 1927 bizarre record breaking loss - Pinstripe  Alley
Yankees History: Lou Gehrig's 1927 bizarre record breaking loss - Pinstripe Alley
Yankees History: Lou Gehrig's 1927 bizarre record breaking loss - Pinstripe  Alley
Yankee Stadium's first winner: Sigel's Bob Shawkey, Local
Yankees History: Lou Gehrig's 1927 bizarre record breaking loss - Pinstripe  Alley
Derek Jeter breaks Lou Gehrig's Yankees hit record
Yankees History: Lou Gehrig's 1927 bizarre record breaking loss - Pinstripe  Alley
Derek Jeter breaks Lou Gehrig's Yankees hit record
Yankees History: Lou Gehrig's 1927 bizarre record breaking loss - Pinstripe  Alley
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Yankees History: Lou Gehrig's 1927 bizarre record breaking loss - Pinstripe  Alley
The 1939 Yankees belong on the shortlist for best ever MLB teams - Pinstripe Alley
Yankees History: Lou Gehrig's 1927 bizarre record breaking loss - Pinstripe  Alley
Derek Jeter breaks Lou Gehrig's Yankees hit record
Yankees History: Lou Gehrig's 1927 bizarre record breaking loss - Pinstripe  Alley
98 years ago, Yankee great Lou Gehrig started his streak of 2,130 consecutive games [video], MLB
Yankees History: Lou Gehrig's 1927 bizarre record breaking loss - Pinstripe  Alley
Yankees legend Lou Gehrig ends his streak at 2,130 games in 1939 – New York Daily News
Yankees History: Lou Gehrig's 1927 bizarre record breaking loss - Pinstripe  Alley
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