This week there is no legal section of the blog.
Now for the Opening Day memory:
Simply put, Cal Ripken, Jr. is as special a person as he was a baseball superstar. I am sure many will always remember where they were on September 6, 1995 when Cal surpassed Lou Gehrig's consecutive game streak, a record many believed to be unbreakable--I was listening on the radio while driving home from my first ever stay at the Madonna Inn in San Luis Obispo, California (worth checking out if you have never been). Because I could ramble endlessly about Cal, I am instead going to list some of his more amazing 21 year career highlights and interesting tidbits (starting with one interesting minor league one): played in the longest game ever for the Rochester Red Wings along with fellow Hall of Famer Wade Boggs who played for the Pawtucket Red Sox (33 innings