He also spoke about why he thinks there are fewer African-Americans than ever playing at the Major League level since the color barrier was broken by Jackie Robinson and whether or not he thinks Pete Rose should be included in the Hall of Fame.
Ken Griffey, Sr. has been a part of more baseball history than almost anyone in the game. From winning two championships with the Big Red Machine to playing Billyball with the Yanks to patrolling the very same outfield with his own son, Ken Griffey Sr. has seen and done it all in professional baseball.
During the sixth inning of yesterday's spring training exhibition game in Surprise, Arizona between the Kansas City Royals and Cincinnati Reds, Reds pitcher Aroldis Chapman - who holds the record for fastest pitch in Major League history at 105 MPH - was drilled in the head by a 110 MPH line drive.
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