In Praise of Cal Ripken

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Cal Ripken Jr. may have punched a more rewarding time clock than most, but Scott Simon says he doesn't want to hear such cynicism about the Baltimore Oriole, who this week broke Lou Gehrig's record by playing 2,131 consecutive games.



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