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On Friday, July 4th, America will rediscover its connection with Lou Gehrig by the reminder of the courage of the Iron Horse's words on July 4th, 1939 — 75 years ago, when a courageous man dying of an incurable disease stood on the field at Yankee Stadium and told everyone he was the "luckiest man on the face of this earth."
Friday marks the 75th anniversary of Lou Gehrig's iconic "Luckiest Man" speech. In honor of one of baseball's most memorable moments, it's time to look at 10 of the most iconic moments in baseball history.
The Indianapolis fire chief said Wednesday that he is stepping down because his battle with Lou Gehrig's disease will eventually reach the point where he will no longer be able to lead firefighters like he believes a chief should.
Wrigley Field is turning 100 this year. Here are 10 things you might not know about the ballpark:
John Karbowicz had just been treated for lung cancer when he agreed to help repair a friend's roof and fell head-first to the sidewalk below in October 2012.
Rod Sanford leans in close, studying the words on the page.
Derek Jeter, who announced this would be his last season, represented the pride of the storied baseball franchise as well as any player ever did who wore the pinstripes.
The first sign a major knuckleball is coming in the baseball play "Bronx Bombers" is when the smoke machines crank up.
From a famous speech that has echoed for decades to a crazy slugfest at Coors Field, baseball has had its share of memorable moments on July Fourth. Here's a look back at some of the all-time moments of the day.