Did history rob Lou Gehrig of an RBI? That’s the contention of retired chemist Herm Krabbenhoft, who spent the past year and a half researching every RBI Gehrig accumulated during his 2,164 career games and found one that appears to be missing. The missing RBI would have added one more to Gehrig’s record-setting total of 184 runs batted in during the 1931 season. (Jerry Cooke/SI)
ROSENGREN: A chemist’s quest for accuracy in Lou Gehrig’s RBI total

Did history rob Lou Gehrig of an RBI? That’s the contention of retired chemist Herm Krabbenhoft, who spent the past year and a half researching every RBI Gehrig accumulated during his 2,164 career games and found one that appears to be missing. The missing RBI would have added one more to Gehrig’s record-setting total of 184 runs batted in during the 1931 season. (Jerry Cooke/SI)

ROSENGREN: A chemist’s quest for accuracy in Lou Gehrig’s RBI total

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