With values instilled in him from a deep rooted baseball family, Cal Ripken, Jr. played 21 seasons for the Orioles. A two-time American League Most Valuable Player, he revolutionized the shortstop position and proved to be the most durable everyday player in baseball history. He retired having played in 3001 games (8th all-time), 3,184 hits (13th all-time), 431 career homers (30th all-time) and held or shared 11 Major League or American League fielding records. Ripken was voted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on his first ballot on January, 9, 2007. Cal Ripken, Jr. has hand autographed this Black Louisville Slugger P72 Model Name Engraved Bat with 2632 Consecutive Games inscription. Ironclad Hologram and Certificate of Authenticity.
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