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  1. Calvin Edwin Ripken Jr. (born August 24, 1960), nicknamed "the Iron Man", [1] is an American former baseball shortstop and third baseman who played his entire 21-season career in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Baltimore Orioles (1981–2001). One of his position's most productive offensive players, Ripken compiled 3,184 hits ...

  2. Positions: Shortstop and Third Baseman. Bats: Right • Throws: Right. 6-4 , 200lb (193cm, 90kg) Born: August 24, 1960 in Havre de Grace, MD. Draft: Drafted by the in the of the 1978 MLB June Amateur Draft from . High School: Debut: (Age 20-351d, 14,462nd in major league history) 0 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB.

  3. Cal Ripken Jr. Bio. Fullname: Calvin Edwin Ripken Jr. Nickname: Iron Man; Born: 8/24/1960 in Havre de Grace, MD; Draft: 1978, Baltimore Orioles, Round: 2, Overall Pick: 48; High School: Aberdeen, Aberdeen, MD; Debut: 8/10/1981; Hall of Fame: 2007; Relationship(s): brother of Billy Ripken father of Ryan Ripken; Follow: View More Bio Info +

  4. Calvin Edwin Ripken Jr. ( Havre de Grace, 24 de agosto de 1960) é um ex-jogador americano de beisebol, que defendeu os Baltimore Orioles durante toda a sua carreira, de 1981 a 2001. Dezenove vezes participante do Jogo das Estrelas da Major League Baseball, Ripken é considerado um dos melhores interbases da história do esporte.

  5. 24 de abr. de 2024 · Cal Ripken, Jr. is an American professional baseball player, one of the most durable in professional sports history. On September 6, 1995, Ripken played his 2,131st consecutive game for the American League Baltimore Orioles and thereby broke Lou Gehrig’s major league record of consecutive games.

  6. Class of 2007. Home. Hall of Fame Explorer. Ripken, Cal. About. Stats. Stories. Related Hall of Famers. Enlarge Plaque. Cal Ripken Jr. was a throwback. He played hard, he played to win and he played in every game. 3,001 3,001. Games. 1960 1960. Birth year. About Cal Ripken Jr.

  7. 6 de set. de 2022 · By Joe Trezza @ JoeTrezz. September 6, 2022. 27 years ago today, Cal Ripken Jr. played his 2,131st consecutive game, breaking Lou Gehrig’s unbreakable 56-year-old record to become baseball’s new Iron Man. The Orioles’ 4-2 win over the Angels that night was a generational event, a celebration of one of its most beloved figures.