(6/9/08 Photo/Jeffrey M. Boan, El Nuevo Herald) Reds Ken Griffey Jr. shares a moment with his son Trey after hitting his 600th career home run against Marlins pitcher Mark Hendrickson during 1st inning action. Trey Griffey went on to be a receiver at Arizona and signed with the Dolphins on Tuesday.
(6/9/08 Photo/Jeffrey M. Boan, El Nuevo Herald) Reds Ken Griffey Jr. shares a moment with his son Trey after hitting his 600th career home run against Marlins pitcher Mark Hendrickson during 1st inning action. Trey Griffey went on to be a receiver at Arizona and signed with the Dolphins on Tuesday. Jeffrey M. Boan
(6/9/08 Photo/Jeffrey M. Boan, El Nuevo Herald) Reds Ken Griffey Jr. shares a moment with his son Trey after hitting his 600th career home run against Marlins pitcher Mark Hendrickson during 1st inning action. Trey Griffey went on to be a receiver at Arizona and signed with the Dolphins on Tuesday. Jeffrey M. Boan
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