Ball point pen on the morning newsprint

As a Yankee fan I remember Ken Griffey Sr. when he played outfield for the Yankee's between 1982-86. Back then, the precocious little junior would run and play in the tunnels under the stadium. Years later he would return with the Seattle Mariners as a super star center fielder and prolific home run hitter. In 1995 he lead the Mariners back from a 0-2 deficit to end the Yankees season by winning three in a row, taking the short five game series, while contibuting five homers. He was the youngest player to hit 350 and 400 HR's, but unlike Barry Bonds, Griffey grew old the old-fashioned way, getting injured and slowing down. Yesterday, Junior became only the sixth player in major league history to hit 600 home runs. Congratulations!