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Old 06-04-10, 01:53 AM
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Cliff Corcoran: What Griffey's stats might have looked like if he'd stayed healthy

On Nov. 21, 2000, his 31st birthday, Ken Griffey Jr. was enjoying his 12th offseason as a major league center fielder. In his first dozen seasons, he had smashed 438 home runs among his 1,883 hits, won 10 Gold Gloves, seven Silver Sluggers, finished in the top five in the MVP voting five times (winning once), led the American League in home runs four times and made the All-Star team 11 years in a row, starting in center field eight times. Elected to the All-Century team over Barry Bonds (among others), Griffey had already punched his ticket to the Hall of Fame at that point. The only question was just how deeply he would penetrate the inner circle of all-time greats.

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