Hall of Fame
"Summer 2017 Griffey"
By Throwbacks Northwest
New W/ Tags
Small- Pit to Pit 19" Length 27"
Medium- Pit to Pit 21" Length 29"
Large- Pit to Pit 23" Length 31"
X-Large- Pit to Pit 25" Length 31"
XX-Large- Pit to Pit 27" Length 32"
From the day the Seattle Mariners made him the first pick in the 1987 MLB Draft, Ken Griffey Jr. was expected to be great. Twenty-two seasons, 630 home runs and a sea of accolades later, the kid dubbed “The Natural” delivered everything his skills and makeup promised.
Before 1991 season, Junior was already being called the new face of baseball – having appeared on the cover of the May 7, 1990 issue of Sports Illustrated. By the end of the 1990 campaign, Griffey had been named to his first All-Star Game, won his first Gold Glove Award in center field and hit .300 with 22 homers and 80 RBI.
By the time he retired, Griffey had totaled 13 All-Star Game selections, 10 Gold Glove Awards and seven Silver Slugger Awards.