When it comes to the iron man of Major
League Baseball there is none more irony than Cal Ripken, Jr.
Cal Ripken, Jr. made his MLD
debut on August 10, 1981 with the Baltimore Orioles, where he played his entire
career until retiring after his final game on October 06, 2001.
From May 30, 1982 until September 19, 1998 Cal Ripken,
Jr. played in every single game and set a new benchmark for the
longest consecutive games
at 2,632 games.
Cal Ripken, Jr. was elected to the Hall of Fame On January 09, 2007
receiving 98.5% of the votes.
Cal Ripken, Jr.
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