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2019-11-17 00:26

Former Gilman first baseman Ryan Ripken will transfer from South Carolina to Indian River State College in Fort Pierce, Fla. , his father Cal Ripken Jr. confirmed Thursday.The latest Ryan Ripken Stats, Video Highlights, News and more from MiLB. com. ryan ripken college stats

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Ryan Ripken, firstbaseman for the Gilman baseball team, is stepping out of his father's shadow and aims to make his own name at the University of South Carolina next season.

IF Ryan Ripken assigned to Baltimore Orioles. March 31, 2017: Baltimore Orioles signed free agent 1B Ryan Ripken to a minor league contract. March 31, 2017: 1B Ryan Ripken assigned to Aberdeen IronBirds. March 20, 2017: Auburn Doubledays released 1B Ryan Ripken. June 2, 2016: 1B Ryan Ripken assigned to Auburn Doubledays from Hagerstown Suns

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Background on League The Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League is an amateur summer wooden bat baseball league comprised of ten (10) teams located in the BaltimoreWashington Metropolitan area. The League was established in 2005.

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Mar 31, 2017  Watch video  Ryan Ripkens father owns the Aberdeen IronBirds, a shortseason ClassA team affiliated with the Baltimore Orioles that plays its games at Leidos Field at Ripken

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Ryan Dale Minor (born January 5, 1974) is an American former professional baseball third baseman and college basketball player and current manager for the Frederick Keys. He played all or part of four seasons in Major League Baseball, from 1998 to 2001, with the Baltimore Orioles and Montreal Expos.

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