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Shortly into the season, Miami manager Lance Nichols decided to move Ripken to third base, saying, "Cal was having some problems at short, so naturally I decided to shift him to third ...
Third base was a perfect fit for Cal and our team." At Rochester, Ripken played in the longest professional baseball game.
Now, he's going to the All-Star Game." He batted .282 with 81 RBIs, a drop partly because the Orioles scored 110 fewer runs than the year before.
He was the first Oriole other than Eddie Murray since 1979 to lead the team in home runs, with 25. replaced the retired Weaver as manager of the Orioles at the beginning of the 1987 season. became the first manager to write two of his sons into the lineup card when both Ripken Jr. out of the game on September 14, in a blow-out loss to the Toronto Blue Jays at Exhibition Stadium.
Ripken is a best-selling author and the President and CEO of Ripken Baseball, Inc., whose goal is to grow the love of baseball from a grassroots level.
Since his retirement, he has purchased three minor league baseball teams.
In 2001, his final season, Ripken was named the All-Star Game MVP and was honored with the Commissioner's Historic Achievement Award.
In 1979, Ripken moved up to the Single-A Miami Orioles of the Florida State League.In 1983, he won a World Series championship and his first AL MVP Award.One of Ripken's best years came in 1991, when he was named an All-Star, won the Home Run Derby, and was recipient of his first All-Star Game MVP Award, his second AL MVP Award, and first Gold Glove Award.He reached the major leagues in 1981 as a third baseman, but the following year, he was shifted to shortstop, his long-time position for Baltimore.That year, Ripken also won the AL Rookie of the Year Award and began his consecutive games played streak.