1933 was just another day at the office for Gehrig. Punch the clock. Hit .329, hit 32 homeruns, drive in 139, chip in 41 doubles and 12 triples for good measure. Ho-hum. The numbers would seem unbelievable if they didn’t happen year after year. For us, Gehrig’s most staggering statistic is this: “The Iron Horse” drove in over 170 runs three times. Beyond comprehension.