Cal Ripken has held the consecutive game streak for 20 years, and he’ll hold it for at least 15 more.
BALTIMORE – Cal Ripken was about 20 minutes away from the first pitch to commemorate the 20th anniversary of breaking the consecutive games streak. But first, he had a confession to make.
BALTIMORE -- MVP. World Series winner. Hall of Famer. Cal Ripken Jr. is famous for many things, though above all, it's the streak. But what if it never happened?
Cal Ripken, Jr. will celebrate the 20th anniversary of his record-setting night on Tuesday. In this video he takes a look back to setting the all-time consecutive games record.
Before the 2014 season, when the Nationals were searching for a new manager, one name in particular caught the eye of many baseball fans in the D.C. area. Cal Ripken, Jr.