- 1995 Baltimore Sun insert-poster commemorating Baltimore Orioles star Cal Ripken Junior's breaking of Lou Gehrig's record for most consecutive Major League Baseball games played
- Dated at bottom for use August 25, 1995 to September 11, 1995
- Ripken spent his entire 21 year Major League career playing for the Orioles, primarily as a Shortstop, won the 1982 World Series with the team, and was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in 2007
- Size: 17" x 11"
- Excellent condition; little to no creasing, no rips or tears.
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