The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree: 25 athletes who out-shine their parents

[post_page_title]Cal Jr. & Cal Ripken Sr. [/post_page_title]
All Cal Ripken Jr. had to do was step onto the field as a major league player and he already passed his father in one regard: he was a major league player. Cal Ripken Sr. spent time in the minors, but never became an MLB player like his son. He did spend nearly four decades with the Baltimore Orioles, at one point managing the team and both of his sons. Jr. had an amazing career in the majors. He hit 431 home runs, was a World Series champ and won two MVPs while changing the shortstop position.

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