Are Cal Ripken cards worth anything?
The most valuable Card of Cal Ripken Jr. is currently 1982 Topps Traded #98T Cal Ripken Jr. PSA 10 by Topps Traded from 1982 with a worth of approx. $5950.0.
What year did Cal Ripken break the record?
September 6, 1995: Cal Ripken surpasses Lou Gehrig’s ‘unbreakable’ record with 2,131st consecutive game – Society for American Baseball Research.
Who played the most consecutive games in baseball?
A quarter century ago, Cal Ripken Jr. broke one of baseball’s most unbreakable records, toppling Lou Gehrig’s 2,130-game streak, which stood for 56 years, in 1995. Ripken went on to play 501 more games and set the record at a seemingly unreachable 2,632 games.