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June 26, 1920 > The baseball world is introduced to a player named Lou Gehrig when the 17-year-old launches a grand slam clear out of Wrigley Field in a high school championship game. Gehrig will go on to enroll in Columbia University, but will drop out and sign with the New York Yankees after his sophomore year.