Commemorate "The Streak", with this Cal Ripken Jr. collection of (7) related items. From 5/30/82, through 9/19/98, Ripken played in 2,632 consecutive games. Along the way, he broke Lou Gehrig's long-standing record on 9/6/95, when he played in consecutive game number 2,131. These signed photos, tickets, and other souvenirs, are excellent keepsakes of the milestone record event.
8x10 Photo signed by (2) with Cal Ripken Jr. and Cal Ripken Sr. (both "8-9"), auction LOA from JSA
8x10 Photo signed by (3) with Cal Ripken Sr., his wife Vi Ripken, and Orioles owner Peter Angelos, this photo is also postmarked with a "Record Breaking Station" USPS stamp, auction LOA from JSA;
9/5/95 Orioles full ticket (VG+) with deference to an embossed "Streak" logo, from the game Ripken tied Gehrig;
9/6/95 Orioles full ticket (NM) with deference to an embossed "Streak" logo, from the game Ripken passed Gehrig;
Susan Rini postcard with (NM) with "Record Breaking Station" USPS postmark stamp;
Colla Collection postcard (NM) with "Record Breaking Station" USPS postmark stamp;
Nike sponsored commemorative card (NM-MT+) with lanyard, from a limited edition of "10,000".