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Ken Griffey Jr. to the White Sox


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The Reds have traded Griffey to the White Sox, pending his approval. Griffey will decide Thursday morning whether he will approve the deal, according to a source with knowledge of the situation. It is not known what the Reds would receive in return...

 

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Well with the way it played out, we probably lose without Griffey tonight, so he paid dividends right away. He was 2 for 3 with both hits being 2 out, RBI singles. He also drew a walk and had a run scored, and even his only out of the night was a 400 foot flyout to right center that's a homer in almost any park in baseball (Kansas City's place is HUGE). He only had one ball hit to him in CF though, an easy popup, so we'll see there, but the Sox won 4-2 tonight so good start.

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Well with the way it played out, we probably lose without Griffey tonight, so he paid dividends right away. He was 2 for 3 with both hits being 2 out, RBI singles. He also drew a walk and had a run scored, and even his only out of the night was a 400 foot flyout to right center that's a homer in almost any park in baseball (Kansas City's place is HUGE). He only had one ball hit to him in CF though, an easy popup, so we'll see there, but the Sox won 4-2 tonight so good start.

nice start. I am surprised they have him in CF. I thought he didn't have the speed anymore for CF.

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