Cal Ripken Jr. Throws First Pitch On 25th Anniversary Of Record-Setting 2,131st GameSunday marked a special anniversary in Baltimore baseball history.
Iron Streak, Golden Memory: Ripken Embraces 2,131st GameIt’s been 25 years since Cal Ripken broke Lou Gehrig’s major league record for consecutive games played, a feat the Baltimore Orioles star punctuated with an unforgettable lap around Camden Yards in the middle of his 2,131st successive start.
Cal Ripken Jr. Remembers '2131' Ahead Of 25th AnniversaryCal Ripken, Jr. waited over 24 years to watch the broadcast of his record-breaking 2,131st consecutive game played.
25th Anniversary Flashback Moments: Cal Ripken Jr.In honor of the 25th anniversary of Oriole Park at Camden Yards, we will be showcasing one special moment each week this season.
Coleman's Corner: Brady AndersonIn the inaugural episode of Coleman's Corner, Jerry talks with Brady Anderson about the 20th anniversary of 2131 and several interesting topics.
The Iron Man Cal Ripken Jr Talks "The Streak"The Iron Man Cal Ripken, Jr. took time out of his busy week of celebration to reflect on "The Streak" that may never be broken with Vinny and Rob.
Breaking The Streak: Orioles Celebrate Cal Ripken Jr.'s 2131 Straight GamesThe Orioles prepare to celebrate a major anniversary Tuesday night.
Remembering 2131: A 20th Anniversary CelebrationAs the Baltimore Orioles will celebrate the 20th anniversary of Cal Ripken, Jr. breaking Lou Gehrig's consecutive game record on Tuesday night, September 1st, we look back on the magical night.