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Jr. Enters H.O.F. With Highest Vote Total Ever
It took nearly 40 years, but the Seattle Mariners baseball club can now claim its first Hall of Famer.
Ken Griffey, Jr., known as "The Kid" when he broke in to the big leagues with the Mariners franchise as a 19 year old in 1989, was voted in by 99.3% of the 440 voting members of the Baseba…
Ken Again In 2015
Major League Baseball's 2015 draft is coming up on Monday, June 8 at the MLB Network’s Studio 42 in Secaucus, New Jersey, and former Mariner legend Ken Griffey Jr. will represent the club.
Griffey was the number one overall selection in the 1987 MLB Draft during his senior year a…
This one's for Jackie
Tonight's wrap-up of the three game series between the Seattle Mariners and the Los Angeles Dodgers will be highlighted by many dignitaries in attendance to pay tribute to former Dodger Jack "Jackie" Roosevelt Robinson on what Major League Baseball has deemed Jackie Robinson D…
Say it ain't so, Junior!
One of the few players who thrived during Major League Baseball's steroid era but always above suspicion, Ken Griffey Jr., dropped a bombshell on Mariners and baseball fans alike Wednesday when he tearfully copped to using performance-enhancing drugs in a video conference announcement.
When baseball's the family business
Earlier this morning, I had the distinct pleasure to get to chat with Ken Griffey, Sr. as he is promoting his new book Big Red: Baseball, Fatherhood and My Life in the Big Red Machine.
I asked Senior about his current life in the game of baseball, what made Hall of Fame manager Sparky Anderson so suc…
Todd E. Lyons Blog: My Son and I Visit Ken Griffey, Jr.
Yesterday, an old co-worker of mine treated me to a matinee` at Safeco Field.  While the Mariners took another one on the chin at the hands of the Texas Rangers (12-4), my son Drew and I had a great time.
When the game ended, we went to the Seattle Mariners Hall of Fame to go see the newest display a…
M's Miller A.L. P.O.W.
Not since 1989 when Junior Griffey accomplished the feat has a Seattle Mariners rookie garnered Player of the Week honors in the American League.
After 24 years, it has happened again
Junior Not Surprised by Hall of Fame Shutout
PHOENIX (AP) — Ken Griffey Jr. says he "was not shocked" when baseball writers decided no player should go into the Hall of Fame this year, although he thinks Craig Biggio got a raw deal. Without specifically mentioning performance-enhancing drugs, Griffey said that "…

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