This shortstop crop could be the best ever
Is Francisco Lindor on the fast track to Cooperstown? Derek Jeter. Cal Ripken Jr. Francisco Lindor? The Cleveland shortstop hasn't played two full seasons yet, but his career trajectory could put his name among the game's all-time greats.
Cal Ripken Jr. talks house-hunting, learning landscaping lessons from dad and more
Baltimore Sun (blog)
Cal Ripken Jr.: baseball legend, Baltimore hero … lawn care expert? Turns out, the former Orioles star has an eye for landscaping — thanks to the high standards Cal Sr. held his young son to when it came to mowing and hedging the lawn of their ...
'Iron Man' Cal Ripken Jr. Shows His Softer Side
Wall Street Journal (subscription)
Cal Ripken Jr., 56, played 21 seasons for the Baltimore Orioles and holds the record for most consecutive games played—2,632. Known as the “Iron Man,” he is a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame and today runs Ripken Baseball, which operates youth ...
Our View: A day at the ballpark beats a day in the cubicle
Baltimore Orioles old-timer Cal Ripken Jr. seems to have been a kid, back when he played here in the early 1980s, long before his epic consecutive game streak and Hall of Fame career. Yet it only seems like yesterday when, on a scrap piece of paper ...