[caption id="attachment_426" align="alignright" width="200" caption="Ken Griffey Jr"] [/caption]Ken Griffey Jr. is headed for the baseball Hall of Fame for what he's done on the field, and in part for what he's done off of it.
No one is quite sure how he does what he does in a big-league clubhouse - only that the results are usually hilarious.
You've heard by now that Griffey had his image digitally inserted in a photograph of manager Don Wakamatsu's family.
Now, he's come up with a Japanese poster of catcher Kenji Johjima, holding a blue feather. Since the wording is all in Japanese, Griffey had no idea what it was about - so he badgered Johjima on any number of possibilities, all of which he'd made up.
Finally, it seemed to come down to this: Johjima was urging his fellow countrymen to donate to a charity by buying blue feathers. That was before the game Friday.
After the game - which Junior played - he'd some how managed to obtain a bag full of, you guessed it, blue feathers.
Passing them out to teammates, Griffey is driving Johjima crazy with faux accusations and taunts.
And no matter what Johjima tries to say on his own behalf, Junior counters by holding up a blue feather.
This will last until Griffey finds a new victim. Probably another hour or two.