Found September 06, 2012 on The Kevin Burke Project:
PLAYERS: Cal Ripken
TEAMS: Baltimore Orioles

Via The Kevin Burke Project:

Statues are the in-thing these days. Just about everybody of note had gotten, or is getting one.

Baltimore Orioles great, Cal Ripken, Jr., has been tabbed to be honored with his very own statue for sometime now and it was finally unveiled this evening at Camden Yards. Much deserved and long overdue.

 

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