It's been two weeks since Ken Griffey Jr. stunned former roommate and now roving instructor Roger Hansen by unveiling an immense photo of the two on the batting eye of the No. 1 playing field of the Peoria complex.
The faces of Junor and Hansen can be seen from virtually every part of the Seattle Mariners practice facility, and while Hansen hasn't exactly enjoyed it, lots of other folks have.
Fans take photographs of the banner each day. Visiting teams see it as their bus pulls into the parking lot, and players file out of that bus and gawk at it.
"That's beautiful," manager Don Wakamatsu said.
It's also become something of a daily challenge during batting practice. Griffey and Ichiro will take one round and try to hit baseballs off one of the two faces - Ichiro prefers hitting Griffey, Junior would rather hit Hansen.
Hansen has promised vengence, but has neither the time nor the disposable income that Griffey can bring to bear on their 'feud.'
For now, the banner stays, and Griffey insists he has more up his sleeve for Mr. Hansen. Hansen has been reduced to doing his job, grumbling when asked about the banner and occasionally calling Junior's mother to report her son's behavior.
Mrs. Griffey is not surprised.