German born baseball players

Dear USA, UK, China and super powers of the world ,,and UNO general Secretary,,,,,,
We are from Tamil Nadu, India.
Our Tamil Nadu India Fisher men are caught up by Sri Lankan military and Navy ,,,,
All our poor Fisher men boats are also captured by the Sri Lankan military,,,
Most of the Fisher men Tamil Nadu India are Christians,,,
Sri Lanka supports Buddhists,,,
UNO must keep a military force or ship between Tamil Nadu India and Sri Lanka sea path and act as a protectors to our poor Tamil Nadu Fisher men.
God bless you.
Most of the Tamil Nadu Fisher men who lost their lives so far are Christians….
Please help .

Despite pitching in the bullpen through most of the previous two seasons, Adam Warren began the 2015 season in the Yankees' starting rotation. Warren pitched well as a starter, attaining a 5-5 record with a ERA over innings (14 starts) and striking out 54. On June 29, he was moved back to the bullpen when Iván Nova returned from the DL. [12] Warren earned his first save of the season on July 28, when he pitched three perfect innings to end the Yankees' 21-5 win over the Texas Rangers . [13] Warren was inserted back into the rotation on September 15 following Nathan Eovaldi 's season-ending shoulder injury, where he made three more starts to end the season. [14] Warren ended 2014 pitching ​ 131   1 ⁄ 3 innings, the most in his career, with a 7-7 record, ERA and 104 strikeouts.

Towards the end of his baseball career Gehrig's health started deteriorating. In 1939 Gehrig was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, a disease that destroys the nervous system. The disease has become known as Lou Gehrig's Disease. He officially retired from the Yankees and professional baseball on July 4, 1939. His farewell speech was named the “Highlight in the History of the Yankees” by the Daily News, and the day would become "Lou Gehrig Day." Later that same year Gehrig was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame, making him the youngest player to be ever inducted at age of 37. On June 2, 1941, Lou Gehrig died at his home in the Bronx only 38 years old.

German born baseball players

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