Ken Griffey, Jr.: A Biography

Ken Griffey, Jr.: A Biography

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by John Rolte, Dalton Ross
     
 
By the time he's done playing, people could be calling Ken Griffey, Jr. the greatest baseball player that ever lived. In this Sports Illustrated For Kids book, follow "the natural," as he is sometimes called, from childhood to the big leagues, and get an insider's perspective on the player who reached 350 home runs faster than any player in major league history.

Overview

By the time he's done playing, people could be calling Ken Griffey, Jr. the greatest baseball player that ever lived. In this Sports Illustrated For Kids book, follow "the natural," as he is sometimes called, from childhood to the big leagues, and get an insider's perspective on the player who reached 350 home runs faster than any player in major league history. Great for kids 6-14.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781886749580
Publisher:
Sports Illustrated Books
Publication date:
02/28/1999
Series:
Sports Illustrated for Kids Bks.
Pages:
112
Age Range:
9 - 11 Years

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Ken Griffey, Jr. 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
KEn Grifey Jr. set records with his dad like first for son and father to play major leage baseball at the same time and first father son on the same team. Junior set many records by him self. He sarted playing for the Mariners this is the team he played woth his father on. Griffey played many years with the Mariners but they never won the World Series with them. After acouple years woth the Mariners he deamanded to be traded to The Cincinatti Reds because he grew up there and his father was a caoch there. Griffey was never thought him self as a power hitter but he set records woth hitting home runs.