Cal Ripken, Jr. Quotes & Sayings (Page 4)

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Cal Ripken, Jr. quotes and sayings page 4 (61 year old athlete). Here's quote # 31 through 40 out of the 43 we have for him.

Cal Ripken, Jr. Quotes
“There have been times in my life when I felt compelled to write things down as a matter of therapy, but whatever I kept about those days, I shredded. It was too personal.”
“I have goals and ambitions, and I see myself as a lifelong baseball student. I have certain philosophies that I'd like to test at some point at the big league level. The job of manager appeals to me, a coach appeals to me, at a different time frame.”
Cal Ripken, Jr. Quotes
“Quite frankly, I don't miss standing in the box or standing on the field playing.”
Cal Ripken, Jr. Quotes
“I did make a choice when I got away from baseball to be there to get my kids off to college.”
Cal Ripken, Jr. Quotes
“I see myself as extremely lucky.”
“Even though my dad was a manager in the minor leagues, I still traveled around with him and saw it from the field out. Now, as an owner, you're kind of looking from the whole baseball activity from outside in, from a fan's perspective.”
“I had one of my best years in 1991; I was 31. I made a renewed effort to work harder. I got better at my diet. I paid attention to how much sleep I got. I was always someone of routine. I became more strict.”
“I lived the baseball life as a kid, with my dad in it. And I lived the baseball life as an adult, because I was in it. When I retired, I wanted the opportunity to be a little bit more flexible and home-based for my kids.”
“I stayed attached to baseball through the kids and through minor league baseball, and I'm very satisfied with the schedule it allows me to have, which means I'm home until my kids go off to college. I value that time.”
“I'm not trying to be a star on TV. I am who I am, which I hope comes out. I have a little bit of a different sense than most people know, and it takes a while to get used to it.”

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