Ken Griffey Jr.

Ken Griffey Jr.
Birthdate 11/21/1969
Death Date
Debut Year 1989
Year of Induction 2016
Teams Mariners, Reds
Positions Center Field, Designated Hitter

By being named on 437 of the 440 Hall of Fame ballots, Ken Griffey Jr. set the record for highest voting percentage with 99.318%.

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Ken Griffey Jr. played with a youthful exuberance

Ken Griffey Jr. played with a youthful exuberance

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 b
Junior's dad was a three-time All Star and two-time World Series champ

Junior's dad was a three-time All Star and two-time World Series champ

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

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