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Tony Gwynn and Cal Ripken jr
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Tony Gwynn and Cal Ripken were first-ballot inductees.
Two Of A Kind
They spent their entire careers with the same team. They each had 3,000 hits. And on Sunday, Tony Gwynn and Cal Ripken Jr. were inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Watch ESPN Video | Story
 

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GENERAL INFORMATION
LINKS • Complete listing of Hall of Famers
• 2007 Hall of Fame voting
• 2006 Hall of Fame index page
2007 HALL OF FAME CLASS
CAL RIPKEN JR.
Cal Ripken Position: Shortstop/third base
Team: Baltimore Orioles
Seasons: 21
Career Highlights:
   • 1982 AL Rookie of the Year
   • 1983, '91 AL Most Valuable Player
   • 19-time All-Star
   • 1991, 2001 All-Star Game MVP
   • Seven-time AL Silver Slugger winner
   • Two-time Gold Glove winner
   • Most consecutive games played (2,632)
   • MLB All-Century Team
TONY GWYNN
Tony Gwynn Position: Right field
Team: San Diego Padres
Seasons: 20
Career highlights:
   • 15-time All-Star
   • Eight-time NL batting champion
   • Seven-time NL Silver Slugger winner
   • Five-time Gold Glove winner
   • .338 career batting average

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