A Conversation with Cal Ripken, Jr.
Sunday, March 11
at York Catholic
The name Ripken is synonymous with baseball. Just one mention brings certain qualities to mind: everything from passion and integrity, to perseverance and a commitment to family. Cal Ripken, Jr. will appear at York Catholic High School on Sunday, March 11, at 2:30 PM in the auditorium. Cal will be interviewed on stage by Pat Principe, Sports Director at WGAL-TV8. Attendees can get a chance to be a part of the interview process by emailing potential questions for Cal to answer to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cal is baseball’s all-time Iron Man. He retired from the game in 2001 after a Hall of Fame career that spanned over the course of 21 seasons, all with the Baltimore Orioles. While he’s best known for his incredible streak of 2,632 consecutive games played, he also redefined the position of shortstop. In 2001, Cal and his brother Bill founded the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation in memory of their father. Since then, Cal has become an international ambassador for the game, and has focused on growing it The Ripken Way.
Ticket options for Cal’s appearance include the following:
Infield Seat 2nd Base (front center section of the auditorium)
Infield Seat 1st/3rd Base (front side sections of the auditorium)
Outfield Seat (rear sections of the auditorium)
Autographed baseball and a photo opportunity with Cal. Each person entering the Ripken Experience must have an Experience ticket in addition to a seat ticket. The Ripken Experience begins at 1:30 PM.
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