Baseball Star Cal Ripken Jr. Joins MoonBall Media Production


Major League Baseball (MLB) legend and Baltimore Orioles co-owner Cal Ripken Jr. has boarded an upcoming docuseries from MLB player-owned MoonBall Media as executive producer.

The series will explore iconic feats in sports, featuring legendary names and uncovering hidden superstars. The premiere episode will detail Ripken’s historic streak of playing 2,632 consecutive games. He is also one of only ten players to have over 3,000 hits and 400 home runs.

In 2007, Ripken was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility with 98.53 percent of votes. At the time of his election, it was the third highest percentage ever and the highest percentage at the time for a position player.

“As a young shortstop growing up in the northeast, Cal was an idol of my childhood and future baseball career,” said Anthony Seratelli, MoonBall Media founder and CEO. “It’s been an unbelievable honor to connect and partner with him to bring great sports stories to the big screen.”

“They don’t come much more legendary than Cal Ripken Jr.,” added Eric Hosmer, World Series Champion and MoonBall Media co-founder. “It’s been exciting to team up with Cal and get this project underway.”

Ripken commented, “I am excited to be a part of this unscripted project. What the MoonBall team, led by Anthony and Eric, have developed will give fans a unique perspective on some of the most memorable events in sports. I am honored that they have included me on the team and that my streak will be featured in the first episode.”