The term unbreakable can best be associated with the name Lou Gehrig, as he was revered for playing 2,130 consecutive games - the second most in baseball history. Gehrig's number was #4 because he hit fourth in the Yankees batting order behind Babe Ruth, also driving in over 100 runs for 13 straight seasons. With seven Yankee penants and seven All-Star game appearances, the Pinstripe's captain will forever be remembered as one of the most well-rounded players the MLB has ever seen.
- Wool body
- Felt logo and number
- Baseball Centennial patch on left sleeve
- Dry clean
- Please refer to specific internal hangtag for additional details