Griffey Signs With M's

Ken Griffey Jr. decided to sign with his former team, the Seattle Mariners just days after he denied signing with the Atlanta Braves.

Griffey, who spent 11 years with the Mariners from 1989-1999, will act as an occasional designated hitter. The deal has a $2 million dollar base and could increase to $4 million.

The future hall of famer who helped saved the Mariner franchise from moving to Tampa Bay is a career .288 hitter with 611 home runs and a .919 OPS while being plagued with injuries.


Free Sports Betting said...

Good to see "Junior" back with the Mariners. Now the focus is back on the Braves and who can they sign to lead their young team to a Championship.

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