2,131: Ripken Passes Gehrig

September 07, 1995

Catchers Rick Dempsey, Joe Nolan and John Stefero were omitted from yesterday's story listing starters who had played with Cal Ripken during his consecutive-games streak.

The Sun regrets the error.

IN THE FIELD WITH CAL

These players have started games in the field with Cal Ripken since the streak began May 30, 1982. Players are listed in order of their appearance.

RIGHT FIELDERS (43)

Dan Ford

Jim Dwyer

FOR THE RECORD - CORRECTION

Gary Roenicke

John Lowenstein

Ken Singleton

Benny Ayala

Mike Young

Tito Landrum

John Shelby

Larry Sheets

Lee Lacy

Juan Beniquez

Jim Traber

Nelson Simmons

Ken Gerhart

Joe Orsulak

Fred Lynn

Jeff Stone

Keith Hughes

Butch Davis

Carl Nichols

Steve Finley

Mike Deveraux

Stan Jefferson

Brady Anderson

Brad Komminsk

Mickey Tettleton

Dave Gallagher

Jeff McKnight

Dwight Evans

David Segui

Chito Martinez

Luis Mercedes

Mark McLemore

Sherman Obando

Jeffrey Hammonds

Dwight Smith

Jack Voigt

Chris Sabo

Lonnie Smith

Kevin Bass

Andy Van Slyke

Bobby Bonilla

CENTER FIELDERS (20)

Al Bumbry

Gary Roenicke

John Shelby

Tito Landrum

Fred Lynn

Mike Young

Juan Beniquez

Ken Gerhart

Mike Hart

Joe Orsulak

Brady Anderson

Steve Finley

Mike Deveraux

Stan Jefferson

Brad Komminsk

Dave Gallagher

Damon Buford

Andy Van Slyke

Curtis Goodwin

LEFTFIELDERS (37)

John Lowenstein

Benny Ayala

Gary Roenicke

Jim Dwyer

Ken Singleton

Al Bumbry

Mike Young

Tito Landrum

John Shelby

Juan Beniquez

Larry Sheets

Jim Traber

Ken Gerhart

Ron Washington

Jeff Stone

Wade Rowdon

Joe Orsulak

Pete Stanicek

Butch Davis

Phil Bradley

Steve Finley

Brady Anderson

Brad Komminsk

Donell Nixon

Dave Gallagher

Jeff McKnight

Randy Milligan

David Segui

Luis Mercedes

Jack Voigt

Mark Leonard

Jeffrey Hammonds

Lonnie Smith

Chris Sabo

Dwight Smith

Kevin Bass

Mark Smith

FIRST BASEMAN (30)

Terry Crowley

Eddie Murray

Benny Ayala

Gary Roenicke

Jim Dwyer

Floyd Rayford

Wayne Gross

John Lowenstein

Juan Beniquez

Larry Sheets

Jim Traber

Ray Knight

Rick Schu

Randy Milligan

Francisco Melendez

Sam Horn

David Segui

Bob Melvin

Rene Gonzo Gonzales

Ron Kittle

Jeff McKnight

Chris Hoiles

Mickey Tettleton

Glenn Davis

Leo Gomez

Jack Voigt

Paul Carey

Mike Pagliarulo

Rafael Palmeiro

Jeff Manto

SECOND BASEMAN (23)

Rich Dauer

Bob Bonner

Lenn Sakata

Vic Rodriguez

Alan Wiggins

Kelly Paris

Juan Bonilla

Jackie Gutierrez

Ricky Jones

Rik Burleson

Rene Gonzales

Bill Ripken

Pete Stanicek

Ron Washington

Tim Hulett

Juan Bell

Jeff McKnight

Mark McLemore

Steve Scarsone

Harold Reynolds

Brett Barberie

Manny Alexander

THIRD BASEMAN (34)

Cal Ripken

Floyd Rayford

Rick Dauer

Glenn Gulliver

Leo Hernandez

Aurelio RodriquezTodd Cruz

Wayne Gross

Ron Jackson

Fritz Connally

Tom O'Malley

Jackie Gutierrez

Juan Bonilla

Kelly Paris

Larry Sheets

Ricky Jones

Ray Knight

Rene Gonzo Gonzales

Ron Washington

Pete Stanicek

Rick Schu

Wade Rowdon

Craig Worthington

Tim Hulett

Gary Roenicke

Jeff Tackett

Marty Brown

Leo Gomez

Steve Scarsone

Mark McLemore

Mike Pagliarulo

Chris Sabo

Jeff Manto

Jeff Huson

SHORTSTOPS (2)

Lenn Sakata

Bob Bonner

CATCHERS (15)

Floyd Rayford

Orlando Sanchez

Al Pardo

Carl Nichols

Terry Kennedy

Dave Van Gorder

Mickey Tettleton

Bob Melvin

Jamie Quirk

Chris Hoiles

Ernie Whitt

Jeff Tackett

Mark Parent

Matt Nokes

Greg Zaun

A STRING OF SHORTSTOPS

The other 27 major - league teams have combined to start 519 shortstops during Ripken's streak. Players are listed in order of their appearance.

AMERICAN LEAGUE

BOSTON (17)

Jackie Gutierrez

Glenn Hoffman

Dave Stapleton

Julio Valdez

Spike Owen

Rey Quinones

Ed Romero

Jody Reed

Ed Jurak

Luis Rivera

Tim Naehring

Mike Brumley

John Valentin

Jeff Richardson

Chris Rodriguez

Terry Shumpert

JUan Bell

CALIFORNIA (22)

Glenn Hoffman

Dick Schofield

Rob Picciolo

Tom Foley

Mick Kelleher

Rick Burleson

Craig Gerber

Gus Polidor

Mark Ryal

Rick Adams

Steve Lubratich

Kent Anderson

Gary DiSarcina

Donnie Hill

Mark McLemore

Luis Sojo

Rene Gonzales

Damion Easley

Ronald Correia

Kurt Stillwell

Jim Walewander

Spike Owen

CHICAGO (15)

Jeff Schaefer

Jerry Dybzinski

Scott Fletcher

Bill Almon

Vance Law

Ozzie Guillen

Brian Giles

Bryan Little

Wayne Tolleson

Fred Manrique

Craig Grebeck

Esteban Beltre

Joey Cora

Dale Sveum

Norberto Martin

CLEVELAND (24)

Luis Aguayo

Mike Fischlin

Julio Franco

Jerry Dybzinski

Johnnie LeMaster

Fran Mullins

Dan Rohn

Cory Snyder

Jay Bell

Junior Noboa

Domingo Ramos

Ron Washington

Paul Zuvella

Larry Milbourne

Felix Fermin

Tommy Hinzo

Carlos Baerga

Rafael Santana

Tom Brookens

Mark Lewis

Tony Perezchica

Jose Escobar

Alvaro Espinoza

Omar Vizquel

DETROIT (17)

Doug Baker

Tom Brookens

Howard Johnson

Alan Trammell

Doug Flynn

Jim Morrison

Jim Walewander

Al Pedrique

Ivan DeJesus

Luis Salazar

Julio Gonzales

Wayne Krenchicki

Mike Brumley

Doug Strange

Tony Phillips

Travis Fryman

Chris Gomez

KANSAS CITY (19)

Buddy Biancalana

Onix Concepcion

Bucky Dent

Greg Pryor

U.L. Washington

Jim Scranton

Argenis Salazar

Ross Jones

Bill Pecota

Dave Owen

Brad Wellman

Kurt Stillwell

Steve Jeltz

Stu Cole

David Howard

Rico Rossy

Curtis Wikerson

Greg Gagne

Edgar Caceres

MILWAUKEE (21)

Willie Lozado

Ed Romero

Robin Yount

Brian Giles

Ernest Riles

Juan Castillo

Edgar Diaz

Steve Kiefer

Dale Sveum

Gary Sheffield

Rob Picciolo

Gus Polidor

Bill Spiers

Pat Listach

Scott Fletcher

Jose Valentin

Juan Bell

Kevin Sietzer

Dickie Thon

Bill Spiers

Fernando Vina

MINNESOTA (18)

Lenny Faedo

Houston Jimenez

Chris Speier

Ron Washington

Alvaro Espinoza

Roy Smalley

Greg Gagne

Al Newman

Doug Baker

Steve Lombardozzi

Gary Gaetti

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