Lou Gehrig

6'0", 200 lbs
1B
Born: June 19, 1903 in New York, NY
Experience: 17 years

First baseman Lou Gehrig played 17 seasons for the Yankees. Gehrig had a .340 batting average with 2,721 hits, 493 home runs, 1,995 runs batted in, and 1,888 runs scored. He won 1 MVP Award and was selected to play in 7 All-Star Games. Gehrig was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1939.

Career Stats

SeasonTMLGGABRH2B3BHRRBIBBHBPSOSBCSAVGOBPSLG
1923NYYAL1326611411820500.423.464.769
1924NYYAL101226100510300.500.538.583
1925NYYAL12643773129231020684624963.295.365.531
1926NYYAL15557213517947201610910517365.313.420.549
1927NYYAL155584149218521847173109384108.373.474.765
1928NYYAL15456213921047132714795469411.374.467.648
1929NYYAL15455312716632103512512256843.300.431.584
1930NYYAL1545811432204217411731013631214.379.473.721
1931NYYAL1556191632113115461851170561712.341.446.662
1932NYYAL15659613820842934151108338411.349.451.621
1933NYYAL15259313819841123214092142913.334.424.605
1934NYYAL1545791282104064916610923195.363.465.706
1935NYYAL14953512517626103012013253887.329.466.583
1936NYYAL1555791672053774915213074634.354.478.696
1937NYYAL1575691382003793715812744943.351.473.643
1938NYYAL1575761151703262911410757561.295.410.523
1939NYYAL82824000150100.143.273.143
Career2,1648,0011,8882,7215341634931,9951,50845790102.340.447.632