A top addition to any collection is a signed ball from baseball's "Iron Man". HOF Cal Ripken broke Lou Gehrig's consecutive game streak on Sept. 6, 1995 and went on to extend the streak to 2,632 games. Like Gehrig, Ripken was even more than the great streak. A 19-time All-Star, he had 3,184 hits, with 431 home runs, and was a two-time American League MVP, won two Golden Gloves, and a World Series. At 6'4" and 225 lbs., Ripken started a trend towards taller, heavier shortstops. Cal Ripken Jr. single signed commemorative OML retirement baseball. Includes Steiner COA and signature rates 9/10.