Former Seattle centerfielder Ken Griffey Jr. smiles as he stands near a jersey featuring his No. 24, which the Mariners announced will be retired in a ceremony in August.
Former Seattle centerfielder Ken Griffey Jr. smiles as he stands near a jersey featuring his No. 24, which the Mariners announced will be retired in a ceremony in August. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press
Former Seattle centerfielder Ken Griffey Jr. smiles as he stands near a jersey featuring his No. 24, which the Mariners announced will be retired in a ceremony in August. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press

Seattle Mariners announce plans to retire Ken Griffey Jr.’s No. 24

January 08, 2016 09:17 PM

UPDATED January 09, 2016 02:28 PM

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