A look at the careers of Cal Ripken Jr. and Tony Gwynn who will be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on July 29.
Ripken Gwynn
Teams Played For 1 1
Seasons Played 21 20
Drafted Round-Overall 2nd-48 3rd-58
Voting Pct. For Hall 98.53 97.61
Votes Shy of Unanimous 8-of-545 13-of-545
Year of Eligibility 1st 1st
Games 3001 2440
Consecutive Games 2632 134
Batting Average .276 .338
Hits 3184 3141
Home Runs 431 135
RBI 1695 1138
Runs 1647 1383
Stolen Bases 36 319
Strikeouts 1305 434
Season High-Average .323 .394
Season High-Home Runs 34 17
Season High-RBI 114 119
All-Star Games 19 15
Batting Titles 0 8
League MVPs 2 0
Gold Gloves 2 5
Silver Sluggers 8 7
World Series Played 1 2
Retired Number 8 19

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