He’s one of the baseball players of our generation and one of the greatest homerun hitters of all time, and unlike so many others, Griffey did it the right way, the clean way. He did it with class and a smile on his face, and every baseball fan will always remember that sweet lefty swing. It’s all come to an end for the future hall of famer, who recently announced his retirement, perhaps unceremoniously. It seems, Griffey got the sense he wasn’t wanted around. That’s how it goes for heroes, one moment their the king of the world the next, their getting snitched on for taking a nap in the clubhouse, it just doesn’t seem right. Read more.
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