Cal Ripken Jr — Frank Robinson — Brooks Robinson — Jim Palmer — Eddie Murray
Baltimore has a loaded group of ex-players. Of course, have to start with Mr. Iron Man himself in Cal Ripken. The 19-time All-Star finished his 21-year career with 431 home runs, 3,184 hits, and two MVP awards. Both Frank and Brooks could mash with the best of them. Murray was a 7-time All-Star in Baltimore, and Palmer notched a whopping 268 wins as a starting pitcher for the organization (a number which included eight seasons with at least 20 victories).
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