On Nov. 17, the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation opened Babe Ruth Field at Gibbons Commons, its 60th youth development park in the nation. The field is built on the site that St. Mary’s alumnus Babe Ruth used to hone his skills ...Read More »
In honor of the 20th anniversary of Baseball Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr.’s consecutive games streak, a handful of businesses have used their products to join in the celebration — with great success. Just one month after they released ...Read More »
Antonio Tobias “Toby” Mendez, the sculptor who created the statues of Cal Ripken Jr. and other Orioles players at Oriole Park at Camden Yards, will be sculpting a bronze relief for the Westminster branch of the Carroll County Public Library. ...Read More »
The General Assembly has approved a $3.5 billion capital budget that includes money for major Baltimore revitalization projects, infrastructure improvements for a proposed Western Maryland casino and renovations of Ripken Stadium in Harford County.
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The House of Delegates on Saturday approved a $3.5 billion capital budget that includes money for major Baltimore revitalization projects, infrastructure improvements for a proposed Western Maryland casino and renovations of Cal Ripken Jr.’s minor league baseball stadium in Harford County.Read More »
Cal Ripken Jr. said Friday that his family and the police were still searching for answers about the kidnapping of his mother last week, a crime he called both bizarre and unsettling. The Hall of Fame infielder, speaking publicly for ...Read More »
Cal Ripken Jr. aspires to one day become president and CEO of a major league baseball team. For now, the Hall of Fame infielder is satisfied with his current title: U.S. Public Diplomacy Envoy, a position that provides him the ...Read More »