Number 4 is the "Iron Horse," Lou Gehrig. Lou held the record for consecutive games played for 56 years, at 2,130, until Cal Ripken broke it. He batted a hefty .340 for his career, to go along with 493 home runs and 1,995 RBI. He was part of some of the best Yankee teams from 1923 through 1939. He may not have gotten the credit he deserved because he played in the very large shadow of number 3.
Gehrig led the major leagues in multiple batting categories, multiple times. In particular, Gehrig was somewhat of an RBI machine, having led the league five times, peaking with 185 in 1931. Overall, he racked up a hefty 1,995 RBI over his 17 year MLB playing career.
Did you know.....Lou made $8,000 playing baseball in 1927?!