Last week the internet was buzzing about Ken Griffey Jr.'s nearly unanimously election to the Baseball Hall of Fame. "The Kid" played 22 years in the majors, won 10 Gold Glove awards and currently holds sixth place for most career home runs.
In 1989, Griffey was first overall pick in the MLB draft. Watch him take his first at-bat in the majors with the Seattle Mariners, his first of 2,781 career hits and 524 doubles.
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