Ken Griffey

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Birthdate 4/10/1950
Death Date
Debut Year 1973
Year of Induction
Teams Braves, Mariners, Reds, Yankees
Positions Center Field, Designated Hitter, First Base, Left Field, Right Field

A 3-time All Star and 2-time world champion Ken Griffey enjoyed a 19-year MLB career and amassed over 2,100 hits. His son wasn’t bad either.

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Two-time world champion Ken Griffey played four 4 teams in his 19-year career

Two-time world champion Ken Griffey played four 4 teams in his 19-year career

Best known as the father of the Hall of Fame outfielder who bears the same name, Ken Griffey was a fine ball player in his own right. In the collection is this questionnaire filled out entirely by a 19-year old Griffey Sr. just three months after his high school graduation in 1969, a full four years
Ken Griffey made three All Star games and finished with over 2,000 hits

Ken Griffey made three All Star games and finished with over 2,000 hits

Donruss came out with a special set of baseball cards commemorating each team’s Opening Day lineup. Only the players in the starting lineup were featured in the 1987 offering. Shown here is Ken Griffey’s card from that set depicting him with the Atlanta Braves. The outfielder’s car
Griffey and his on Ken Griffey Jr. make one of the best father-son duos ever

Griffey and his on Ken Griffey Jr. make one of the best father-son duos ever

Blessed with athletic talent and youthful exuberance, Ken Griffey Jr. became known as “The Kid”, and “The Natural” during his playing career. A former Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player, Griffey finished with 630 career home runs. In this letter, he reflects on the beauty of basebal

One response to “Ken Griffey”

  1. Jim says:

    I don’t know if there is better . . . they were definitely first!

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