CAMDEN YARDS, BALTIMORE, MARYLAND -- In 1939, a future Hall-of-Famer named Lou Gehrig removed himself from the lineup after playing in an incredible 2,130 consecutive games. Pundits called it a record which would never be broken. Late in the 1995 season, however, another future Hall-of-Famer named Cal Ripken surpassed that "unbreakable" standard by playing his 2,131st consecutive game for the Baltimore Orioles.
Ripken's 2131st consecutive game played was certainly one to remember. Who were the two starting pitchers in that game?