WOODBURY - A cherished piece of baseball history is about to hit the auction block.A Connecticut family is selling the baseball that former New York Yankees slugger Lou Gehrig hit a home run with in the 1928 World Series. A mother says she's selling the ball to pay for her 30-year-old son's medical school debt.Gehrig hit the homer off St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Grover Cleveland Alexander while teammate Babe Ruth was on base. The baseball will be auctioned Tuesday and is expected to fetch as much as $200,000.