The Seattle Mariners Honored Ken Griffey Jr. By Drafting His Son Who Doesn’t Play Baseball

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In the 24th round of the MLB draft the Seattle Mariners decided to honor Ken Griffey jr. by drafting his son, Trey Griffey, who hasn’t played baseball since he was 11 years old.

It’s a pretty cool gesture by the Mariners even though they wasted a draft pick to do it.

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