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Babe Ruth’s bat from his first home run at Yankee Stadium in 1923 was sold for a cool $1,265,000 at auction.

Babe Ruth’s bat from his first home run at Yankee Stadium in 1923 was sold for a cool $1,265,000 at auction.

Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth at Yankee Stadium on July 4, 1939. Lou died 2 Jun,41 of ALS, since called Lou Gehrig Disease and Babe died 16 Aug 1948 of head / brain cancer.

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth at Yankee Stadium on July 4, 1939. Lou died 2 Jun,41 of ALS, since called Lou Gehrig Disease and Babe died 16 Aug 1948 of head / brain cancer.

New York Yankee Joe DiMaggio showing 3 year old Larry Valencourt how to hold a bat (1948). | Florida Memory

New York Yankee Joe DiMaggio showing 3 year old Larry Valencourt how to hold a bat (1948). | Florida Memory

Jeter's RBI double

Jeter's RBI double

Ichiro Suzuki #31 of the New York Yankees bats in the 2nd inning against the Boston Red Sox during their game on June 1, 2013 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York City (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

Ichiro Suzuki #31 of the New York Yankees bats in the 2nd inning against the Boston Red Sox during their game on June 1, 2013 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York City (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

Sergent Boston Corbett, 16th N.Y. Cav. Who shot J. Wilkes Booth, April 26, 1865.

Sergent Boston Corbett, N. Wilkes Booth, April - Donkey jacket - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Elston Howard Yankee Stadium Archival Photo Sports Poster Print Masterprint

Elston Howard Yankee Stadium Archival Photo Sports Poster Print

Elston Howard Yankee Stadium Archival Photo Sports Poster Print Masterprint

Did history rob Lou Gehrig of an RBI? That’s the contention of retired chemist Herm Krabbenhoft, who spent the past year and a half researching every RBI Gehrig accumulated during his 2,164 career games and found one that appears to be missing. The missing RBI would have added one more to Gehrig’s record-setting total of 184 runs batted in during the 1931 season. (Jerry Cooke/SI)  ROSENGREN: A chemist’s quest for accuracy in Lou Gehrig’s RBI total

Did history rob Lou Gehrig of an RBI? That’s the contention of retired chemist Herm Krabbenhoft, who spent the past year and a half researching every RBI Gehrig accumulated during his 2,164 career games and found one that appears to be missing. The missing RBI would have added one more to Gehrig’s record-setting total of 184 runs batted in during the 1931 season. (Jerry Cooke/SI) ROSENGREN: A chemist’s quest for accuracy in Lou Gehrig’s RBI total

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