In a league of his own: the other Iron Man Another streak: Ernie Tyler, the Orioles' field attendant, hasn't missed a game since 1960.; Harford People
In a league of his own: the other Iron Man Field attendant for Orioles has streak from 1960
Blue Bombers-Stallions today
USC may finally have ad-vantage
H. A. "Buck" Bray Jr., 86, printer to the Orioles and sports enthusiast
Another record for RipkenNow that Cal Ripken...
Selling La Russa could buy O's Alomar, too
Al Kaline: Forgotten hero? Underappreciated: Hall of Famer Al Kaline, a Baltimore sandlot and high school star in the 1950s, isn't revered in his hometown the way Babe Ruth and Cal Ripken are.
Collective crush Kids' game no more: Autograph hunting has turned into a wild kingdom, with many out not for a signature but for a profit.
Fantastic Fans Night brought welcome news After 1-23 start in '88, O's returned to packed park, word of new stadium
As ad man, actor, Gehrig no iron man
Game 2,131 did number on hearts
Ripken now baseball's top iron man Immortal Cal SPECIAL 2,131 COVERAGE 2,131: RIPKEN PASSES GEHRIG
Players throw support behind streak
He touches home with victory lap Immortal Cal SPECIAL 2,131 COVERAGE 2,131: RIPKEN PASSES GEHRIG
Ripken: A roar of thanks for an ordinary hero
Baltimore's ultimate sports moment 2,131 RIPKEN PASSES GEHRIG
On behalf of workingman, Clinton says thanks Praises Oriole's dedication to a job he loves 2,131: RIPKEN PASSES GEHRIG
Cal's No. 1 represents first for Gott
Improving on warm-up won't be easy for Orioles
Best is yet to come, but how?
Ripken doesn't realize what his superb work ethic really means
Collectors streak after Ripken items
LAST GAME OUT ISN'T LASTING MEMORY
TIM NORRIS: NO LOOKING BACK
Ripken's childhood in Aberdeen, time in minors sowed seeds that bloomed into The Streak Roots of Iron
This pair saw greatness in young Ripken
O's to pull out all stops for streak week
Booking trip to Cooperstown The Ripken Years: 1991
Opening Day HR sets tone for run at division title THE RIPKEN YEARS: 1989
Dad fired at 0-6 Cal Jr. left to suffer in silence THE RIPKEN YEARS: 1988
Opening Day memories
Just as in past seasons, Penn St. deserves No. 2
6-4-1 Irish can still fill the (dollar) bill for bowls
To Bombers, it's simple: They were outplayed
Bombers' danger is Dunigan
White is triple threat at Stanford
Robinson keeps Tigers on the prowl
Frazier's rotation could help Orioles'
Speros to tap Ripken for 'ring of stars'
Before streak came Ripken the pinch runner
Others marvel, but Ripken just stands on his own feat Cal's 2,000 CAL RIPKEN 2,000 AND COUNTING
Making contact is point of pride for CFLs' Pringle
CFL cashes in as NFL scales down salaries
O's putting stamp on power game
The fans who play for position are sitting pretty Opening Day WHO'S ON FIRST
Arizona unwilling to Pac it in like Western brethren
Milking Cal for all he's worth
Honeymoon over, but Bozeman isn't on the rocks at California