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Brooks Robinson and Cal Ripken Jr., Oprah, other newsmakers revisit spots where they made their marks

Brooks Robinson and Cal Ripken Jr., Oprah, other newsmakers revisit spots where they made their marks

Brooks Robinson and Cal Ripken Jr.

For their entire big-league careers, Brooks Robinson and Cal Ripken Jr. symbolized the Orioles — and on-field success.

Signed by the Orioles in 1955, just one year after the moribund St. Louis Browns franchise moved to Baltimore, Robinson would spend all or parts of 23 seasons with the team, winning American League, All-Star Game and World Series Most Valuable Player awards, 16 Golden Gloves for defensive excellence at third base and the undying love of thousands of Baltimoreans.

In 1981, four years after Robinson hung up his spikes for good, Ripken joined the Orioles, playing shortstop before migrating to third...

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