Cal Ripkin Jr. hit first grand slam on July 3, 1994 against the Los Angeles Angels. He hit his second grand slam on June 3, 1995 against the Oakland Athletics. He hit his third grand slam on May 28, 1996 against the Seattle Mariners. He hit his fourth grand slam on May 6, 1997 against the Los Angeles Angels. He hit his final grand slam on June 30, 1997 against the Philadelphia Phillies.
Lou Gehrig had the consecutive games played streak (until Cal Ripken surpassed him in 1995). He also owns the most career grand slams record with 23.
Cal Ripken Jr. with 2,632 consecutive games played.
Cal Ripken Jr. is a Baseball player that set a record for playing in 2632 consecutive games.
Cal Ripken, Jr.
I am 'Iron Man'Because of Cal Ripken's consecutive games played streak he was nicknamed "Iron Man" Lou Gehrig whose record was broken by Cal Ripken was nicknamed "The Iron Horse"
No, Cal Ripken Jr. was not adopted.
Cal Ripken's birth name is Calvin Edwin Ripken Jr..
Cal Ripken Jr.