More on the 'Iron Horse'

Updated: June 15, 2002, 10:34 AM ET
By Larry Schwartz | Special to ESPN.com

Signature Game June 3, 1932 - Before setting his record longevity streak, Lou Gehrig made history in one afternoon when he became the first player in the 20th century to hit four homers in a game.

The Iron Horse connected on his first four plate appearances in Philadelphia, with his drives in the first and fifth innings going into the stands in left-center and his blasts in the fourth and seventh flying over the rightfield wall. The first homer was a two-run shot and the other three were ...

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