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Cal Ripken Jr.

Cal Ripken Jr.

Position(s):
3B, SS, DH
Nicknames:
Iron Man
Born:
August 24, 1960
Bats:
Right
Throws:
Right
Height:
6' 4"
Weight:
200 lbs
Major League Debut:
8-10-1981 with BAL
Allstar Selections:
1982 ROOK, 1983 ML, 1983 MVP, 1983 SS, 1984 SS, 1985 SS, 1986 SS, 1989 SS, 1991 AsMVP, 1991 GG, 1991 ML, 1991 MVP, 1991 SS, 1992 GG, 1992 LG, 1992 RC, 1993 SS, 1994 SS, 2001 AsMVP
Hall of Fame:
2007
Y team LG POS G GS PO A E DP Fld% RF9 RFG
1981 BAL AL 3B 6 1 2 6 1 1 .889 4.240 1.330
1981 BAL AL SS 12 8 11 24 2 5 .946 4.570 2.920
1982 BAL AL 3B 71 68 66 151 6 17 .973 3.230 3.060
1982 BAL AL SS 94 91 155 289 13 47 .972 4.910 4.720
1983 BAL AL SS 162 162 272 534 25 113 .970 4.990 4.980
1984 BAL AL SS 162 162 297 583 26 122 .971 5.500 5.430
1985 BAL AL SS 161 161 286 474 26 123 .967 4.790 4.720
1986 BAL AL SS 162 162 240 482 13 105 .982 4.520 4.460
1987 BAL AL SS 162 162 240 480 20 103 .973 4.530 4.440
1988 BAL AL SS 161 161 284 480 21 119 .973 4.880 4.750
1989 BAL AL SS 162 162 276 531 8 119 .990 5.070 4.980
1990 BAL AL SS 161 161 242 435 3 94 .996 4.330 4.200
1991 BAL AL SS 162 162 267 528 11 114 .986 5.010 4.910
1992 BAL AL SS 162 162 287 445 12 119 .984 4.580 4.520
1993 BAL AL SS 162 162 226 495 17 101 .977 4.550 4.450
1994 BAL AL SS 112 112 132 321 7 72 .985 4.130 4.040
1995 BAL AL SS 144 144 206 409 7 100 .989 4.430 4.270
1996 BAL AL SS 158 157 228 467 14 109 .980 4.530 4.400
1996 BAL AL 3B 6 6 5 16 0 1 1.00 3.860 3.500
1997 BAL AL 3B 162 162 98 314 22 25 .949 2.650 2.540
1997 BAL AL SS 3 0 2 0 0 0 1.00 3.600 .670
1998 BAL AL 3B 161 161 101 265 8 22 .979 2.410 2.270
1999 BAL AL 3B 85 85 36 142 13 11 .932 2.290 2.090
2000 BAL AL 3B 73 73 56 134 5 17 .974 2.810 2.600
2000 BAL AL DH 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2001 BAL AL 3B 111 111 97 209 14 23 .956 2.810 2.760
2001 BAL AL DH 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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1983 World Series, 2007 Hall of Fame, 3000 hit club, AL MVP 1983, AL MVP 1991, All Star, Baltimore Orioles, Cal Ripken, Cal Ripken, Jr., Gold Glove, Most Consecutive Games Played, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Shortstop, Third baseman

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