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Orioles'legend Cal Ripken Jr.weighs in on Kanemoto's 'Iron Man' streak

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Orioles'legend Cal Ripken Jr.weighs in on Kanemoto's 'Iron Man' streak
On 2010-12-31 Naofumi Murakami wrote:
The Asahi Shimbun talked with former Baltimore Orioles star Cal Ripken Jr., who set a Major League Baseball record of playing 2,632 consecutive games, breaking the 2,130 mark set by Yankee legend Lou Gehrig that stood for 56 years.


[Full Article: http://www.asahi.com/english/TKY201012300144.html]
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