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Cal Ripken, Jr.

According to the Numbers: Baseball's Almost-Unbreakable Records

Willie Mays and MLB's 50 Greatest Living Ballplayers - Cal Ripken Jr.

Willie Mays and MLB's 50 Greatest Living Ballplayers

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.

Cal Ripkin Jr.  (And i'm a Yankees fan.)

Always and Forever a Baltimore Oriole, Cal Ripkin. There are no words for my admiration of this man, let alone the goosebumps I got when the Ripken Trio were Orioles!

Cal Ripken Jr. --Broke Lou Gehrig's record for playing the most consecutive games.

, nicknamed "The Ironman", is an American former baseball shortstop and third baseman who played 21 years in Major League Baseball for the Baltimore Orioles *** Baseball lovers ***

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