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32 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Lou Gehrig. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Lou Gehrig, often where they are interviewed.

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32 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Lou Gehrig. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Lou Gehrig, often where they are interviewed.

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Origins Of Clay Court Tennis, A Golfer's Secret, Lou Gehrig's Writing

Only A Game
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Tickets went on sale this week for the French Open, the only Grand Slam played on clay. This week on Only A Game, the dark tale behind the origin of clay court tennis. Also, why 1969 Masters Tournament champion George Archer and his family kept his undiagnosed dyslexia a secret until after his death. And the recent discovery of long-forgotten newspaper columns written by baseball legend Lou Gehrig. Join us!

Jul 10 2020

48mins

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Alan D. Gaff – Lou Gehrig: The Lost Memoir

History Author Show
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May 18, 2020 – In an iconic, ad-libbed moment at the old Yankee Stadium, a terminally ill baseball player declared himself “the luckiest man on the face of the earth.” A decade earlier, he’d sat down to write the remarkable story of his career in newspaper columns that remained buried for almost a century — until now. In Lou Gehrig: The Lost Memoir, we meet Major League Baseball’s most triumphant and tragic slugger as a young man with a great career in front of him.

He had no way of knowing that one day, that career would be cut short by ALS, or that the disease would one day bear his name. Alan D. Gaff brings us this treasure trove of writings that flesh out our picture of No. 4, the man they called the Iron Horse. Mr. Gaff is a veteran, best-selling author of books on the American Civil War, and president of Historical Investigations.

Visit our guest at AlanDGaff.com or @AlanDGaff on Twitter.

May 18 2020

52mins

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#450 Lou Gehrig - The Lost Memoir, Alan Gaff

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Welcome to The Not Old Better Show. I’m Paul Vogelzang, and this is episode #450.

We all know that music, and as part of our Art of Living, author interview series, our guest today is baseball writer, historian, Alan Gaff. Alan Gaff is author of the new book, The Lost Memoir of Lou Gehrig.

I loved the book, and for those of us eager to have baseball back in our lives, but watching Korean Baseball Organization’s brand of high energy baseball, and hoping baseball will return soon, you’ll love this book, too.

Lou Gehrig, one of the greatest baseball players that ever lived, is so much more than the horrible disease that killed him. The first half of this book is told by Lou Gehrig in his own words through articles he wrote during his championship season in New York City. To be able to read Gehrig’s words describing his entrance into professional baseball was priceless. I’ll offer my thanks to our guest today, Alan D. Gaff, right now for collecting these forgotten newspaper columns.

That, of course, is our guest today, Alan Gaff reading from his new book, Lou Gehrig, The Lost Memoir. And we heard the famous farewell speech by Lou Gehrig at Yankee Stadium, a baseball legend.

Scott Boras, an attorney for baseball players, wrote a recent editorial in The NY Times, in which he said so eloquently, “In some of America’s darkest moments, the country has turned to Major League Baseball to bring hope and normalcy back to everyday life. It is time again for baseball to serve. The millions of baseball fans in America can continue to do a small part for the nation by staying at home while enjoying a sense of hope and normalcy and watching the game we love.”

In the meantime, we can enjoy Alan Gaff’s new book, The Lost Memoir of Lou Gehrig.

Please join me in welcoming to The Not Old Better Show via internet phone, author Alan Gaff. Please check out Alan Gaff's new book: https://books.apple.com/us/book/lou-gehrig/id1469990758

May 16 2020

26mins

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Lou Gehrig’s Disease (ALS) Pt. 2

Medical Mysteries
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In 2014, the “Ice Bucket Challenge” went viral across the internet. Hundreds of thousands of people from across the globe participated in videos hoping to help bring an end to ALS. 

May 05 2020

44mins

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Lou Gehrig’s Disease (ALS) Pt. 1

Medical Mysteries
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In 1939, Lou Gehrig would play his last game with the New York Yankees. After more than 2,000 consecutive starts, his physical abilities began to decline. Nearly a century earlier, a doctor in Paris was beginning research on the disease that would one day be synonymous with Gehrig.

Apr 28 2020

43mins

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Baseball and BBQ Episode #51 - Last Ride of the Iron Horse: How Lou Gehrig Fought ALS to Play One Last Championship Season by Dan Joseph

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In this episode, Len and Jeff interview Dan Joseph, author of Last Ride of the Iron Horse:  How Lou Gehrig Fought ALS to Play One Last Championship Season.  The book focuses on the 1938 season as Lou Gehrig struggled to lead the Yankees to the World Series.

Also a new Hall of Famer of the Day - from the world of BBQ.

We end the show with the wonderful new baseball song, “Baseball Always Brings You Home” from Dave Dresser and Shel Krakofsky.

Call the show - 516-855-8214
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Jan 11 2020

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“Living a Previous Life as Lou Gehrig" with Cathy Byrd

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This weeks Episode on the “Pollinating 🐝 the Planet 🌎 with L❤️VE” Show with host Beth Bell:
“Living a Previous Life as Lou Gehrig" with Cathy Byrd

The Online TV version is launched! Catch the video version of this episode on BethBell.me/YouTube

EPISODE DESCRIPTION:
Children are sensitive in so many ways. But what if your child was describing memories that start or end with “When I was big like daddy”? Beliefs and discussions go deep on if this is imagination or real. The fascinating facts from Cathy’s story are mesmerising and potentially life changing as you shift with the facts that unfold in her book “The Boy Who Knew too Much”. There’s never a dull moment as Cathy her real life story to bring the message of eternal love to the world.

“Pollinating the Planet with Love” Show TV Episode: BethBell.me/Youtube
All Episodes: www.BethBell.me/show
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Cathy Byrd (Christian’s Mom)AUDIO Episode: http://bit.ly/BethBell_LIVE_CathyByrd_Episode
Radio Show Episode: http://bit.ly/BethBell_LIVE_CathyByrd_VM_Episode

BIO:
Cathy Byrd is a residential real estate broker and mother of two young children who never had aspirations of becoming a writer until her two-year-old son began sharing memories of being a baseball player in the 1920s and ’30s. A Southern California native, Cathy received her B.A. from UCLA and her M.B.A. from Pepperdine University. Prior to becoming a Realtor, Cathy had an exciting 10-year career in sports marketing, working for the World Cup and Olympic Torch Relay Organizing Committees and serving as vice president of the Magic Johnson Foundation. The most likely place to find Cathy in her free time is at a youth baseball field.

“Pollinating the Planet with Love” Show TV Episode: BethBell.me/Youtube
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Listen to the AUDIO Episode: http://bit.ly/BethBell_LIVE_ChristianHaupt_Episode
Cathy Byrd (Christian’s Mom)AUDIO Episode: http://bit.ly/BethBell_LIVE_CathyByrd_Episode
Radio Show Episode: http://bit.ly/BethBell_LIVE_CathyByrd_VM_Episode

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Nov 14 2019

47mins

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“Living a Previous Life as Lou Gehrig" with Christian Haupt

The Beth Bell Radio Show
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This weeks Episode on the “Pollinating 🐝 the Planet 🌎 with L❤️VE” Show with host Beth Bell:
“Living a Previous Life as Lou Gehrig" with Christian Haupt

The Online TV version is launched! Catch the video version of this episode on BethBell.me/YouTube

EPISODE DESCRIPTION:
Can you imagine a 2 years old boy describing memories that are impossible for him to know? Christian Haupt began sharing many previous life memories as a tall baseball player at this very young age. After much scepticism by his mother and many others, the information he shared started to piece together. Many memories were eventually validated from the 20’s and 30’s baseball era. Additional puzzle pieces were put into place upon meeting Lou’s existing family members. It’s a story that will shift the way you think and has the overarching goal of helping others know the power of eternal love.

“Pollinating the Planet with Love” Show TV Episode: BethBell.me/Youtube
All Episodes: www.BethBell.me/show
Listen to the AUDIO Episode: http://bit.ly/BethBell_LIVE_ChristianHaupt_Episode
Radio Show Episode: http://bit.ly/BethBell_LIVE_CathyByrd_VM_Episode

BIO:
Christian Haupt was discovered on YouTube at the age of two for a baseball playing cameo role in the Adam Sandler movie "That's My Boy." He was the youngest person to ever throw a ceremonial first pitch at a Major League Baseball game and his YouTube videos have been viewed by more than 17 million people. As a toddler, Christian played baseball for hours on end and insisted on wearing a baseball uniform every day. His fascination with the sport came as quite a surprise to his parents who were not fans of the game. At the age of two, Christian began

“Pollinating the Planet with Love” Show TV Episode: BethBell.me/Youtube
All Episodes: www.BethBell.me/show
Listen to the AUDIO Episode: http://bit.ly/BethBell_LIVE_ChristianHaupt_Episode
Radio Show Episode: http://bit.ly/BethBell_LIVE_CathyByrd_VM_Episode

GUEST SOCIAL MEDIA:
Buy the book on Amazon! https://amzn.to/2PEy0DH
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/cathybyrdie
Website: www.Cathy-Byrd.com
FB: www.facebook.com/cathybyrdauthor/

HOST SOCIAL MEDIA:
www.BethBell.me
www.BlossomBlissBali.com
Instagram: @QueenBlissBee
FB: https://www.facebook.com/BethBell.me/
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/beth-bell-4613564/
Twitter: @QueenBlissBee

WHERE TO VIEW & LISTEN:
Website:www.BethBell.me/show
YouTube:BethBell.me/YouTube
iTunes: http://bit.ly/iTunes_BethBell_LIVE_Show
iHeart:http://bit.ly/iHeart_BethBell_LIVE_Show
Spreaker: http://bit.ly/Spreaker_BethBell_LIVEShow

Nov 13 2019

21mins

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October 6th 2019 (Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio, & Demolition)

Over The Culture
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The Babe, Iron Man, Joltin Joe, Ax, Smash, and Crush were all determined to obliterate the competition and dominate the world. Double Dare is the 🐐 of kid game shows, Stacey Dash is still Clueless.

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Oct 06 2019

56mins

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Episode #41 - Lou Gehrig and Ellis Burks

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Hello. Thank you for calling episode 41 of Tater Tots Podcast. Para español, oprima numero dos. 

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While you wait, we’re pleased to provide you with a summary of this week’s episode. This week on Tater Tots, we discuss the evolution of jazz, considering the 20’s style and anticipating changes on the horizon. We also consider the spate of injuries to baseball’s brightest stars.

Our Tater Tots this week are Lou Gehrig and Ellis Burks.

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Links:

The Downbeat Jazz Hall of Fame,

More asbestos,

Lou Gehrig’s Tarzan photoshoot,

Lou Gehrig on the dugout steps the day he benched himself,

Surviving newsreel footage of Gehrig’s famous speech,

Gary Cooper’s portrayal of Gehrig in Pride of the Yankees


Music:

Littlest League Possible - Guided By Voices,

High Society-King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band,

1968-Bill Frisell.


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Artwork by Shelby Criswell

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Sep 18 2019

1hr 20mins

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