This commemorative 2131 10th Anniversary collage is an eclectic collection of Ripken photos that lets you relive the "Most Memorable Moment" in baseball and pays tribute to Cal Ripken, Jr.'s most notable contribution to the game. Cal Ripken Jr. has autographed this photo and it comes in a Mahogany framed. On the evening of September 6, 1995, Cal Ripken, Jr. took measure of his place in baseball history by breaking Lou Gehrig's "unbreakable record" for consecutive games played (2,130) and it was perhaps the most celebrated moment in sports history. Cal Ripken, Jr.'s name has become synonymous with strength, character, endurance and integrity. His philosophy of working hard, playing with passion and enjoying the game has made a tremendous impact on the sports world and on fans everywhere. Ripken is baseball's all-time Iron Man and is remembered by most for his consecutive game streak. He retired from baseball in October, 2001 after 21 seasons with the Orioles. The Orioles and Cal Ripken, Jr. were a perfect fit. Ripken's father, Cal Sr. was a vital member of the Baltimore organization for nearly four decades. Ripken, Jr. inherited his father's work ethic and quiet determination, and used those traits to carve out a place in baseball history. MLB and Ironclad Holograms and Certificate of Authenticity from Ironclad Authentics.
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