Cal Ripken Jr. Books & Biography
Cal Ripken was a 19-time All-Star over his 21-year career. He won the World Series with his hometown Orioles in 1983. He is perhaps best known for playing 2,632 straight games, breaking Lou Gehrig’s Iron Man streak of 2,131. Since retiring in 2003, Ripken has devoted his life to youth baseball. Ripken Baseball operates destination youth baseball facilities in Aberdeen, MD, Pigeon Forge, TN, and Myrtle Beach, SC. He is a bestselling author and speaker, visting multiple cities every year, as well as a leading baseball analyst on TV.