Cal Ripken, Jr.: Star Shortstop
Cal Ripken, Jr., star shortstop for the Baltimore Orioles, has dazzled baseball fans since 1982. That year, he won Rookie of the Year honors and has since been awarded the All-Star MVP, american League MVP, and the Gold Glove. In 1983, Ripken used his fielding and batting skills to lead the Orioles to triumph over the Phillies in the World Series ...
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