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MARCH 25, 1999 - "Cal Ripken Sr., a gruff, single-minded baseball person and the only one to manage two sons on the same major league team, died yesterday at Johns Hopkins Oncology Center in Baltimore. He was 63." Read more: http://www.nytimes.com/1999/03/26/sports/cal-ripken-sr-63-veteran-baseball-coach.html

MARCH 25, 1999 - "Cal Ripken Sr., a gruff, single-minded baseball person and the only one to manage two sons on the same major league team, died yesterday at Johns Hopkins Oncology Center in Baltimore. He was 63." Read more: http://www.nytimes.com/1999/03/26/sports/cal-ripken-sr-63-veteran-baseball-coach.html

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Earl Weaver - Hall of Fame Major League Baseball Manager. For seventeen season to 1982 and 1985 to he served as manager of the Baltimore Orioles. Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend.

Orioles right-hander Kevin Gausman flips the ball to first base to retire the Los Angeles Angels' Howie Kendrick in the seventh inning at Camden Yards.

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Orioles right-hander Kevin Gausman flips the ball to first base to retire the Los Angeles Angels' Howie Kendrick in the seventh inning at Camden Yards.

Classic Photos of the Baltimore #Orioles: Cal Ripken Jr.  The Oriole Bird in 1983

Baltimore’s “Iron Man” - played 21 seasons for the Orioles and was named an All-Star 19 times to go along with his two Gold Gloves and two American League MVP awards. (Jerry Wachter/SI) GALLERY: Rare Photos of Cal Ripken Jr.

The Baltimore Orioles unveil Cal Ripken Jr. statue at Camden yards. ( Rob Carr, Getty Images / September 6, 2012 )

Cal Ripken Jr. sculpture unveiling [Pictures]

His eyes are bluer than his tie The Baltimore Orioles unveil Cal Ripken Jr. statue at Camden yards.

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