Cal Ripken, Jr. Autograph

Calvin Edwin Ripken Jr. (born August 24, 1960), nicknamed "The Iron Man", is an American former baseball shortstop and third baseman who played 21 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Baltimore Orioles (1981–2001). One of his position's most offensively productive players, Ripken compiled 3,184 hits, 431 home runs, and 1,695 runs batted in during his career, and he won two Gold Glove Awards for his defense. He was a 19-time All-Star and was twice named American League (AL) Most Valuable Player (MVP). Ripken holds the record for consecutive games played (2,632), having surpassed Lou Gehrig's streak of 2,130 that had stood for 56 years and that many deemed unbreakable. In 2007, he was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility with 98.53% of votes, the sixth-highest election percentage ever. More about Cal Ripken, Jr.

Current items with a signature of Cal Ripken, Jr.

These are the most current items with a signature of Cal Ripken, Jr. that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1996 Upper Deck Collector's Choice Gold Signature Cal Ripken Jr #362 HOF$25.84logo
thumbnailCal Ripken Jr #68 Sketch Card Limited 26/50 Edward Vela Signed$2.99logo
thumbnailCal Ripken Jr 4/25 2004 Leaf Certified Cuts Authentic Signature AUTO Used Bat F$249.99logo
thumbnailCal Ripken Jr. 2020 Topps Archives Signature Series #1/1 Autograph Auto Orioles$889.99logo
thumbnailCal Ripken Jr. HOF 1994 Collector's Choice Silver Signature #240 - NRMT+ Orioles$0.99logo
thumbnailGet in the Game SIGNED by Cal Ripken Jr. 1st Printing Near Fine Hardcover$29.50logo
thumbnailOrioles BROOKS ROBINSON CAL RIPKEN JR AUTO SIGNED Starting Lineup w/JSA COA!$299.99logo

Traded items with a signature of Cal Ripken, Jr.

In total, we tracked 2419 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

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The most expensive item with a signature of Cal Ripken, Jr. (Cal Ripken Jr. MLB Debut Ticket Stub Signed / Auto. SGC) was sold in January 2022 for $3499.00 while the cheapest item (Cal Ripken Jr. 1996 Collectors Choice collection cover card HOF Silver Signature) found a new owner for $0.25 in January 2022. The month with the most items sold (149) was August 2021 with an average selling price of $75.00 for an autographed item of Cal Ripken, Jr.. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in October 2015 with $399.99 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $19.99 was February 2018. In average, an autographed item from Cal Ripken, Jr. is worth $66.00.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Cal Ripken, Jr. were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail2005 Donruss Signature Series Cal Ripken Jr. Auto Baltimore Orioles #17$69.99logo
thumbnail2007 Upper Deck Road To The Hall Cal Ripken Jr. HOF Signed AUTO 2/5 Orioles$130.50logo
thumbnail2021 TOPPS CHROME BLACK CAL RIPKEN JR. AUTOGRAPH 06/25$91.00logo
thumbnailCal Ripken Jr - Antique MLB Signed Autographed Baseball (No COA or Hologram)$53.00logo
thumbnailCal Ripken Jr Signed 1986 Sport Flics Baseball Card Autograph$16.50logo
thumbnailCal Ripken Jr Signed Card IP AUTO$26.52logo
thumbnailCal Ripken Jr signed HOF plaque postcard * JSA *$63.51logo
thumbnailCAL RIPKEN JR SIGNED RAWLINGS OML RETIREMENT BASEBALL (SELIG) with PSA$70.00logo
thumbnailCal Ripken Jr. 2021 Topps Finest Moments Certified Autograph Issue FMA-CPJ$73.88logo
thumbnailCal Ripken Jr. Signed Baseball 2,632 Consecutive Games Limited Edition 37/2,632$59.88logo

Latest News about Cal Ripken, Jr.

Baltimore Orioles’ Tanking Woes Are MLB’s ‘Incentive Problem’ (12/02/21): For longtime Baltimore Orioles fans, the glory days of Cal Ripken Jr., Jim Palmer and Eddie Murray feel like a distant memory—especially now. After finishing at the bottom of the AL East for the fourth time in five years, the Orioles head into Major League Baseball’s first lockout in 26 years as a p Go to news article