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New York Times Reprint Cover 17"x22" September 7 1995 Cal Ripken Surpasses Gehrig

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Cal Ripken Jr. has become more than just a great baseball player he has become a baseball legend. Over the course of his career Ripken compiled 3184 hits 431 home runs and broke Lou Gehrig's career record for the most consecutive games played 2131 in MLB history. The 'Ironman' who ended the amazing streak at 2632 by taking himself out of a game in the fifth inning versus the New York Yankees was inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2007. This product is a reprint of the front page of the sports section of the New York Times from Sept. 7 1995 and it details Ripken's remarkable feat of the night before when he passed Gehrig for most consecutive games played. rnrn

New York Times Reprint Cover 17"x22" September 7 1995 Cal Ripken Surpasses Gehrig

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