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Cal Ripken, Jr. | Former MLB shortstop

Former Baltimore Orioles great Cal Ripken Jr., left, gets coached by his dad Cal Ripken Sr. during a 1992 game. Ripken Jr. played his entire 20-year MLB career with the Orioles a feat rarely done in modern baseball.

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Cal Ripken Jr who started out in 1982 at third base but was moved over to shortstop to take advantage of his range and smooth throwing delivery

Cal's baseball's gentleman...classiest player ever and my favorite!

Cal Ripken Jr..Amazing ballplayer, man, dad and son..We here in Maryland are so proud that you are one of our own..Thanks for all the wonderful things you have done for Maryland and your charity work..You are awesome!!!

Cal Ripken, Jr.......the reason I love baseball...a true class act...there will never be another like him

Arthur Rickerby  Mickey Mantle #7 of the New York Yankees addresses the media after a MLB game in the Bronx, New York in 1961  1961

the man who saved baseball. Cal Ripken Jr.