On June 2, 1925, 21-year-old Lou Gehrig starts a game for the New York Yankees when regular first baseman Wally Pipp is hit in the head during batting practice and complains of a headache. Gehrig collects three hits in five at-bats, helping the Yankees to an 8-5 win over the Washington Senators. Gehrig will go on to play in a major league record 2,130 consecutive games…
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