Vahe Gregorian

June 6, 2014 8:02 PM

On Gehrig anniversary, George Brett, Tom Watson, John Dorsey share sorrows of ALS

Royals legend George Brett, beloved KC golfer Tom Watson and Chiefs general manager John Dorsey reflect on what Lou Gehrig’s disease has meant to them on the 75th anniversary of the Yankees legend’s final game, which he played in Kansas City.

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