Cal Ripken Jr.
As baseball’s Iron Man, and one of the greatest shortstops and third basemen in history, Cal Ripken Jr. was no slouch at the plate, either. He is a member of the 3,000 hit club, behind only Derek Jeter and Honus Wagner for most hits by a shortstop. In September of 1995, when he set the record for the most consecutive games played by a baseball player (2131 at the time), fittingly, he hit a home run in that game. To this day, his 3,184 hits, 1,695 RBI, and 1,647 runs are all the highest totals in the history of the Baltimore Orioles organization.