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2007-06-24 04:36:35
2007-06-24 04:36:35

Cal Ripken Jr. played 8243 consecutive innings between June 5, 1982 and September 14, 1987. That is believed to be the record but is unofficial since MLB does not recognize consecutive innings played as a statistic.


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