Ken Griffey Jr. was a Major League baseball player.
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The first father/son combo to play for the same team was Ken Griffey Sr. and Ken Griffey Jr. who played for the Seattle Mariners in 1990.
One reason is that his father, Ken Griffey, also played major league baseball.
Ken Griffey Jr. won the 1997 American League MVP Award.
Ken Griffey, Jr & Sr.
Ken Griffey Jr. plays right field, left field, and he is a designated hitter
His father was also a major league baseball player, Ken Griffey, his mother, Alberta "Bertie" Griffey. They both had cancer a few years ago, but I am unsure if they are still alive.
Ken Griffey Jr. won 10 American League Gold Glove Awards (outfield) from 1990 through 1999.
No. Ken Griffey Jr. has played with the Seattle Mariners (1989-1999) and the Cincinnati Reds (2000-present).
No, Ken Griffey Sr played with the Reds, Yankees, Braves, and Mariners during his 19 season career.
Yes. Ken Griffey Jr. played 41 games for the Chicago White Sox in 2008.
primarily left field
He played for the Reds, Yankees and Mariners.
Of Course Ken Griffey Jr
Ken Griffey Sr. did not have a nickname.
Ken Griffey Jr's first team in Major League Baseball was the Seattle Mariners.
Ken Griffey Jr
Griffey's birthplace is Donora, PA, where his father, Ken Griffey Sr., also was born.
his mom is named Birdie Griffey,dad's name Ken Griffey Sr., and his younger brother name Craig Griffey