Aside from their shared first initial, gender and complexion, Ripken and Wallace have more in common than one may think. They both get grumpy when they’re hungry. They both recently moved to Annapolis. And then there’s their fathers and their fame.
What saved baseball after the 1994 strike? In a point-countertpoint, WTOP Sports Editor Noah Frank says it was the home run chase of 1998.
What saved baseball after the 1994 strike? In a point-countertpoint, WTOP Entertainment Editor Jason Fraley says it was Cal Ripken’s Iron Man streak.
Oriole legend and Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr. stopped by WTOP on Monday to talk about everything from his charitable foundation to the Orioles to Manny Machado’s and Bryce Harper’s impending free agency.
It’s official: Adam Jones is now the owner Cal Ripken Jr.’s 25-acre Reisterstown, Maryland, estate. The Orioles outfielder paid $3.465 million for the property.
Former Baltimore Orioles shortstop and third baseman Cal Ripken Jr. officially sold his multimillion-dollar Maryland home at an auction. See photos.
Cal Ripken Jr. has tried to sell the property twice before — initially for $12.5 million in 2016, then for $9.75 million in 2017. See photos of the estate.
Roy Rogers Restaurants marks its 50th anniversary this year, and it has partnered with Cal Ripken Jr.
The same relentless drive that fueled Cal Ripken Jr. to one of baseball’s most famous records is pushing him to forge a new legacy in retirement.
The Aberdeen Police Department has released an updated sketch of the man suspected of abducting Cal Ripken Jr.’s mother in 2012.
Former Orioles shortstop Cal Ripken Jr.’s foundation is offering kids in Prince George’s County the opportunity to bond with police officers over the basics of baseball at a unique summer camp.
Author John Eisenberg discusses his new book about Lou Gehrig and Cal Ripken Jr. with WTOP’s Chris Cichon.
See where Baltimore’s very own Iron Man has lived for the past three decades. Cal Ripken Jr.’s 25-acre Baltimore County estate is now on the market. See photos.
WASHINGTON — Cal Ripken Jr. has not spoken to the Washington Nationals regarding their managerial vacancy, but the Hall of Famer says that he would welcome the opportunity to do so. Ripken was a guest…
Monday’s event raised more than $1.25 million, which will be split by Kevin Spacey and Cal Ripken, Jr.’s foundations.
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