“Stubbornness Is Usually Considered A Negative, But I Think That Trait Has Been A Positive For ME.” — CAL RIPKEN Jr.

CAL RIPKEN Jr.

Perennial All-Star.

400+ Homers.

3,000+ Hits.

Two (2) Gold Gloves.

Eight (8) Silver Sluggers.

Rookie Of The Year (1982).

Most Valuable Player (1983 AND 1991).

World Series Champion (1983).

Hall Of Famer (Inducted 2007).

The “IRON MAN” Of Major League Baseball, Playing In A Record 2,632 Consecutive Games.

He’s My THIRD (3RD) Favorite Short-Stop.

I STILL Would Rather Have…

ALAN TRAMMELL

…Or…

OZZIE SMITH

…Playing The Position…

…Though…

CAL RIPKEN Jr.

…Was…

…The Better HITTER Of The Three (3) Mentioned.

I Guess He Could Take The First Few Innings…

…Then I’d Bring In…

ALAN TRAMMELL

…Or…

OZZIE SMITH

…For…

…The Better DEFENSE Later In The Game.

This Sounds Fair.

😉

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