Friday morning in Camden Yards looks much different than it did the night before. Fans packed the place for a sold-out showdown– the first of four against the New York Yankees. But the game wasn’t the only thing that had fans excited.
It’s a piece of sports memorabilia on four wheels. Cal Ripken is giving up one of his favorite vehicles to a fan with the highest bid.
The Orioles had a well attended ceremony for the unveiling of the statue of Hall of Fame first baseman Eddie Murray. Before the celebration even began the crowd erupted with the chants of “Eddie Eddie Eddie.”
Cal Ripken’s mother says it’s “too soon” to talk about her abduction two weeks ago, but fans of Ripken’s minor-league Aberdeen IronBirds say they’re happy to see her back in the stands for games.
A night of terror. Baseball legend Cal Ripken Jr. is speaking out for the first time about the kidnapping of his mother, and he’s asking for the public’s help.
Cal Ripken opens up about his mother’s kidnapping last week. The Orioles legend believes his mom’s abduction was premeditated and says she’s no longer living at home.
Aberdeen police are still looking for help in identifying the man who kidnapped the mother of Cal Ripken Jr. Vi Ripken is now home safe, but her kidnapper is still on the loose.
There’s new information on the man suspected of kidnapping the mother of Cal Ripken Jr. Aberdeen police are hoping new surveillance video and a composite sketch will help them track the suspect.
The search continues for the man who abducted Vi Ripken at gunpoint. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is now helping with the investigation.
A manhunt is on for the gunman who kidnapped Cal Ripken’s mother, and held her hostage for nearly 24 hours. Police need your help to find out who he is and why he abducted Vi Ripken.
Blindfolded and shoved into a stranger’s car. Police say Cal Ripken’s mother is safe after a terrifying abduction in Harford County, but her attacker is still on the loose.
The “Baltimore Orioles” and “Ripken” are back together making headlines, but they’re not prefaced with the name “Cal.” The Orioles took the Baltimore legend’s son Ryan Ripken in the 20th round of Wednesday’s Major League Draft.