THE STREAK: Lou Gehrig, Cal Ripken Jr., and Baseball's Most Historic Record
The fascinating story of baseball's legendary "Ironmen," two players from different eras who each achieved the coveted record of most games played. With colorful parallel storytelling, Eisenberg delves into this impressive but controversial milestone, unraveling Gehrig's unwitting pursuit of that goal and Ripken's fierce determination to stay in the lineup even as his skills diminished with age. Photos.
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