On July 4, 1939, Lou Gehrig addressed the fans at Yankees Stadium to announce his retirement and extend his appreciation to the Yankees and their fans. Gehrig was diagnosed with a disease that slowly deteriorated his iron horse frame. Gehrig would die on June 2, 1941 as a victim to the disease that would later bear his name. The Yankees potent offense led them to their fourth consecutive World Series Championship in 1939.
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