This Year Commemorating the 75th Anniversary
Of Lou Gehrig's Retirement from Baseball

This year at Major League Baseball fields around the country, teams will be recognizing the 75th anniversary of the Lou Gehrig's famous, "I'm the luckiest man on the face of this earth" speech. This would mark the final moments on a baseball field for one of the greatest players of all time. Lou Gehrig then retired due to the disease ALS.

The Strike Out Lou Gehrig's Disease Tournament offers a once-in-a- lifetime chance to have your team be a part of this nation-wide celebration while helping those with the disease. There will be great baseball, special events, and patches for all participants commemorating this historic anniversary.

Don't miss out! Register your team early.