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Trey Griffey named to Under Armour All-American Game I do not normally touch on high school stars on this site, because I feel others are better suited to comment on the student athletes than I am. But this story was one I could not let slip through the cracks. Trey Griffey. Photo via MaxPreps (from Dr. Phillips School). For those who do not know, my two favorite sports are college football and baseball. For me, this is all I need to fill my sports craving. Growing up watching baseball I had the somewhat misfortune of watching some dreadful Phillies teams so you can imagine why a kid my age would be drawn to a flashy star like Ken Griffey Jr. when he was in his absolute prime. When I learned about his own Super Nintendo game I had to have it. It remains one of my favorite baseball games to this day. Time has passed and now The Kid is all grown up with kids of his own. His son, Trey, may not follow in his father’s footsteps, or for that matter his grandfather’s, as a star base...
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