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Flashback: Ken Griffey Jr. and Sr. share the field for Mariners

Back on August 31, 1990, two generations of Griffeys suited up for the Seattle Mariners and made history. At the time, Ken Griffey Jr. and Ken Griffey Sr. were the very first father/son duo in MLB history to play together in the same game. As Michael Clair of noted in his CutFour piece celebrating the Griffeys, that's a remarkable achievement that has only happened one other...
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August 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Ken Griffey Jr. Goes Downtown With Macklemore

Fun fact: rapper Macklemore is from Seattle and, news flash, he really, really loves the Emerald City. And, it would appear, the Mariners love him right back. A couple of years ago, the team adopted one of the Grammy Award winner’s songs as their unofficial anthem and, later, honored him with his own bobblehead night. While I’m assuming most Mariners fans already dig Macklemore...
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August 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Ken Griffey Jr. recreates famous rookie card in new Macklemore video

Seattle-based rap artist Macklemore has been known to dabble in the local sports scene from time to time. From celebrating in the Seahawks’ locker room after the NFC Championship Game and “Can’t Hold Us” becoming the rallying cry of the 12th Man to donning a Mariners jersey and honoring late broadcaster Dave Niehaus in the video for “My Oh My.” But with Thursday’s...
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Macklemore’s New Music Video Stars Ken Griffey Jr. In Old Mariners Gear

Macklemore’s new music video — and really, the song itself — is weird. However, there’s one familiar face baseball fans will love to see. Seattle Mariners great Ken Griffey Jr. makes a cameo in the video for the song “Downtown,” which again, is weird. Macklemore is a Seattle native, whose love for Seattle sports teams has been well documented. In the “Downtown” video...
August 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Ken Griffey Jr. disliked Yankees because of Billy Martin

Ken Griffey Jr. never considered going to the New York Yankees during his Hall of Fame career, and the reason is pretty unforgettable. Ken Griffey Sr. joined “Boomer & Carton” on WFAN in New York Wednesday to talk shop with the boys, and he dished on his son’s problems with the Yankees. According to Griffey […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 17, 2014  |  Discuss

The Dugout: Ken Griffey Jr. really despises Linda Cohn

March 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Ken Griffey Jr. issues apology to Linda Cohn for awkward interview

Less than 24 hours after giving one of the most awkward interviews of all time, Ken Griffey Jr. issued an apology to Linda Cohn.
Via Gamedayr
March 06, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Ken Griffey Jr.'s painfully awkward interview on SportsCenter

God bless Linda Cohn.  She tried as best as she could to get a decent interview out of Ken Griffey Jr. but he was clearly in another universe.  Griffey appeared on the afternoon live SportsCenter in a promo spot for Upper Deck and Cohn asked him questions about his favorite cards growing up and thoughts on today's MLB. Griffey's responses were... less than forthcoming.  The...
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March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Ken Griffey Jr. owns 100 copies of Photoshopped Upper Deck rookie card (photo)

Ken Griffey Jr.’s arrival in the major leagues in 1989 as a bright-eyed, teenaged rookie with the Seattle Mariners was met with great fanfare and anticipation, not only from baseball fans, but those involved in the baseball card business as well. Griffey was only 18 years old when his Upper Deck rookie card was released. […]The post Ken Griffey Jr. owns 100 copies of his Photoshopped...
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February 06, 2014  |  1 Comment

Ken Griffey Jr. photographs son scoring first college touchdown at Advocare V100 Bowl (GIF/VIDEO)

Yes, that was Ken Griffey Jr. wielding a camera with the 600mm lens on the sidelines of the Advocare V100 Bowl Tuesday.Griffey, who recently joined Instagram, has been sharing a fair number of photos through Twitter and was on the Independence Stadium field as a credentialed media member for ESPN.Hopefully, the former Seattle Mariners great snapped some nice shots for ESPN, but...
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December 31, 2013  |  Discuss

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