62.000 personas presencian en el Yankee Stadium de Nueva York cómo Lou Gehrig se despide, de resultas de su enfermedad, asegurando ser "el hombre más afortunado que existe sobre la faz de la tierra". Si no acabas con una humedad sospechosa en los ojos tendrías que someterte a un análisis de sangre.
Timothy LaFollette was diagnosed at 29 with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) in 2009. Andy created 34, 10-minute episodes from diagnosis to his passing and chronicles a beautiful tale about love, hope, community, friendship and courage, in the face of daunting challenges and deep loss.
Henry Louis "Lou" or "Buster" Gehrig (June 19, 1903 – June 2, 1941) an American baseball 1st baseman played 17 seasons in MLB for NY Yankees (1923–1939). He set several major league records,inc most career grand slams (23), which Alex Rodriguez tied in 2012, most consecutive games played (2,130), since surpassed by Cal Ripken, Jr.. Chiefly remembered for prowess as a hitter & durability, earned him his nickname "The Iron Horse" farewell from baseball at age 36, when he was stricken with ALS