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Ryan Ripken

Ryan Ripken 22 1B

Bowie Baysox

  • Status: Active
  • Full Name: Ryan Ripken
  • Age: 27 (July 26, 1993)
  • Birthplace: Hunt Valley, MD
  • Bats/Throws: L/L Ht: 6' 6" Wt: 205
  • Draft: Round 15 (2014, WSH)
  • School: Indain River CC
  • Relationship(s): grandson of Cal Ripken, son of Cal Ripken Jr., nephew of Billy Ripken

Ryan Ripken Career Stats


Team Date Transaction
February 25, 2020 1B Ryan Ripken assigned to Baltimore Orioles.
July 16, 2019 1B Ryan Ripken assigned to Bowie Baysox from Frederick Keys.
May 20, 2019 Frederick Keys activated 1B Ryan Ripken from the 7-day injured list.
April 20, 2019 Frederick Keys placed 1B Ryan Ripken on the 7-day injured list retroactive to April 18, 2019.
March 31, 2019 1B Ryan Ripken assigned to Frederick Keys from Delmarva Shorebirds.
March 3, 2019 1B Ryan Ripken assigned to Baltimore Orioles.
March 30, 2018 1B Ryan Ripken assigned to Delmarva Shorebirds from Aberdeen IronBirds.
February 24, 2018 IF Ryan Ripken assigned to Baltimore Orioles.
March 31, 2017 Baltimore Orioles signed free agent 1B Ryan Ripken to a minor league contract.
March 31, 2017 1B Ryan Ripken assigned to Aberdeen IronBirds.
March 20, 2017 Auburn Doubledays released 1B Ryan Ripken.
June 2, 2016 1B Ryan Ripken assigned to Auburn Doubledays from Hagerstown Suns.
April 6, 2016 1B Ryan Ripken assigned to Hagerstown Suns from GCL Nationals.
July 21, 2015 1B Ryan Ripken assigned to GCL Nationals from Hagerstown Suns.
June 26, 2015 1B Ryan Ripken assigned to Hagerstown Suns from GCL Nationals.
June 19, 2014 1B Ryan Ripken assigned to GCL Nationals.
June 18, 2014 Washington Nationals signed 1B Ryan Ripken.
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Ryan Ripken Awards and Honors

Ryan Ripken  22 1B

Ryan Ripken
  • Full Name: Ryan Ripken
  • Born: July 26, 1993
  • Age: 27
  • Birthplace: Hunt Valley, MD
  • Bats: L
  • Throws: L
  • Height: 6' 6"
  • Weight: 205
  • Draft: Round 15 (2014, WSH)
  • School: Indain River CC

♦ Split year between Class-A Frederick and Double-A Bowie, combining to hit .276 with six home runs, 15 doubles and 33 RBI in 78 games between the two clubs. 
♦ Named an Orioles Organizational All-Star (as designated hitter). 
♦ Opened year with Frederick, where he hit .273 with five home runs and 24 RBI in 48 games.
♦ Spent nearly a month on Frederick's Injured List with an oblique injury (4/18 - 5/20). 
♦ Batted .292 (21-72) with three home runs and nine RBI over 20 games in June. 
♦ Registered four straight multi-hit games, 6/23 - 6/26. 
♦ Recorded a hit in eight of his final 10 games with the Keys before being transferred to Bowie on 7/16. Spent the remainder of the year with the Baysox, batting .282 in 30 games. 
♦ Hit .345 (10-29) in his first nine games with Bowie, registering three doubles and four RBI.
♦ Batted .323 (20-62) with a homer and eight RBI in 17 home games with Bowie. 

♦ Spent year with Delmarva, hitting .244 with seven home runs and 44 RBI in 106 games.
♦ Ranked 5th on the Shorebirds in average (.244), OBP (.281), hits (97) and home runs (7).
♦ Registered a career-high 44 RBI, a total that tied for 20th among O's minor leaguers. 
♦ Recorded 24 multi-hit games, including five different three-hit contests. 
♦ Hit a first inning grand slam and set a career-high with five RBI, 5/30 at Kannapolis. 
♦ Hit .296 in home contests, compared to just a .188 average in road games. 
♦ Batted .303 (20-66) with eight RBI and a .352 OBP over 19 games in April. 
♦ Had a season-long eight-game hitting streak, 7/6 - 7/15. 
♦ Batted .417 (5-12) with a doublue and six RBI in extra innings.

♦ Spent the season with Class-A Aberdeen, batting .287 with three home runs and 24 RBI.
♦ Played his home games at Ripken Stadium, which was named after his father, Cal.  
♦ Ranked among team leaders in hits (5th, 54), RBI (5th, 24) and total bases (T-5th, 71). 
♦ Hit .314 with four doubles, two home runs and 12 RBI in the month of August.
♦ Totaled a season-high four hits in five at bats with three RBI on 8/12 vs West Virginia.
♦ Set a career high with two stolen bases on 8/1 vs Brooklyn. Also added two hits.
♦ Put together a career-best 14-game hitting streak from 6/29 - 7/18. Stretch included five multi-hit games. 
♦ Hit first home run with the O's organization on 6/29 vs Brooklyn, a two-run home run.

♦ Split season between Class-A Hagerstown and Class-A Auburn in the Nats organization. Combined to hit .201 with 13 doubles and 34 RBI in 101 games.
♦ Opened year with Hagerstown, hitting .190 in 43 games. Transferred to Auburn when New York-Penn League play started, hitting .209 in 58 games with the Doubledays. 
♦ Set a career-high with four hits, 7/22 at State College.
♦ Drew a career-high three walks, 6/20 vs. Mahoning Valley. 
♦ Set a season-high with four RBI, 4/19 at Lakewood.

♦ Played in 28 games for the GCL Nationals, batting .250 with 23 hits and eight RBI. 
♦ Finished tied for third on the team in doubles (6th) and extra-base hits (9). 

♦ In first professional season, batted .157 with eight hits in 16 games with GCL Nationals.
♦ Registered first professional hit, a double on 6/25 at GCL Cardinals. 


♦ Signed by Baltimore as a minor league free agent, 3/31/17.
♦ Originally selected by Washington in the 15th round of the 2014 draft. Was also chosen by Baltimore in the 20th round of the 2012 draft, but did not sign. 
♦ Attended the University of South Carolina for one year but did not play before transferring to Indian River Community College in Fort Pierce, FL. Other IRCC alumni include former Orioles Steve Pearce, Luke Scott and Mark Worrell, as well as former Tide OF Ángel Pagán. 
♦ Attended The Gilman School in Baltimore, where he was named a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association All-Star during a senior year that saw him hit .377 while posting a 2.30 ERA on the mound. He also led the Greyhounds' basketball team to the MIAA B Conference title his senior year and scored more than 1,000 career points. 
♦ Other notable alumni from The Gilman School include Executive Vice President of the Orioles John P. Angelos and President and CEO of the Toronto Blue Jays, Mark Shapiro.
♦ Son of Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr., a 19-time All-Star who set the Major League record with 2,632 consecutive games played. Cal was inducted into the Orioles Hall of Fame and had his number 8 retired in 2003, while he was elected into the Baseball HOF in 2007.
♦ His grandfather, Cal Ripken Sr., spent 36 years in the Orioles organization as a coach, manager, player and scout. In 1987 he served as manager of the Orioles and became the first father to manage two sons simultaneously in the majors - Cal Jr. and Billy Ripken. Billy had a 12-year MLB career and is currently an analyst for MLB Network.