Cal Ripken, Jr.

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  • After helping transform SS, Larkin elected to Hall

    Barry Larkin joined with Cal Ripken Jr. in transforming shortstop into a position for powerful bats, not just great gloves. Now he's following Ripken into the Hall of Fame.


  • Ripken visits Japanese youth in tsunami-hit area

    Cal Ripken Jr. took a message of hope and perseverance to Japanese children affected by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami.


  • Earl Weaver

    Weaver selling Orioles keepsakes

    Hall of Fame manager Earl Weaver is auctioning off 47 of his treasured keepsakes, including his 1966 World Series ring and jerseys received as gifts from Cal Ripken Jr. and Eddie Murray.


  • BOOK REVIEW: 'A Voice from Old New York'

    If Louis Auchincloss' forebears rolled over in their manicured graves when his novels came out, they can stop worrying now that his posthumous memoir has appeared. The most shocking outrage herein happened to the author himself, at boarding school.


  • For sport, it's bittersweet

    COOPERSTOWN, N.Y.


  • For sport, it's bittersweet

    COOPERSTOWN, N.Y.


  • One-team players a dwindling breed

    COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. -- There they sat yesterday, side by side, the two dinosaurs — Cal Ripken and Tony Gwynn — in the auditorium at Cooperstown Central High School, talking about what it will be like to become museum exhibits tomorrow when they are inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.


  • One-team players a dwindling breed

    COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. -- There they sat yesterday, side by side, the two dinosaurs — Cal Ripken and Tony Gwynn — in the auditorium at Cooperstown Central High School, talking about what it will be like to become museum exhibits tomorrow when they are inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.


  • Ripken played game every day, with honor

    COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. -- And so thousands of fans roamed the streets, shops and halls of this hallowed baseball hamlet yesterday, biding their time until this afternoon's opportunity to escort Cal Ripken Jr. and Tony Gwynn into the Hall of Fame on a cascade of cheers.


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