Lou Gehrig “Luckiest Man Speech” – July 4, 1939 Yankee Stadium

Lou Gehrig “Luckiest Man Speech” – July 4, 1939 Yankee Stadium


Details About This Item:

The total frame size is 13 x 11 – Inside dimensions are 12 x 10
The single image of Lou Gehrig is 6.75 x 9
The frame is 3/4″ made of wood in a satin black finish
The matte is granite grey
It has a plexiglass cover

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This sports wall hanging features Lou Gehrig during his Luckiest Man Farewell Speech which he delivered at Yankee Stadium on July 4, 1939.

This finished piece is done in a “Modern-Vintage” style and is definitely unique and distinctive. American baseball sports history that shows your admiration of Lou Gehrig and the the New York Yankees. It will make a nice addition to many rooms in your home or office or to give as a gift.

The Career and Life of Lou Gehrig

Lou Gehrig played his entire career with the New York Yankees.  He was voted the greatest first baseman of all-time by The Baseball Writers’ Association in 1969 and was the leading vote-getter on the All-Century Team chosen by fans in 1999.

Lou Gehrig was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) in 1939 – a disorder now commonly referred to as Lou Gehrig Disease.  The disease forced him to retire at age 36 and claimed his life two years later.