JUNIOR, NO CHARLIE HUSTLE

August 27, 2006: I was watching the Cincinnati Reds play the San Francisco Giants when Ken Griffey, Jr. stepped to the plate with two outs in the first to face Matt Cain. Strike three got away from Giant catcher Eliezer Alfonzo, went all the way to the backstop, but Griffey didn’t even try to make it to first base. With that type of leadership, it’s no surprise the Reds lost this one 8-0.

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One Response to “JUNIOR, NO CHARLIE HUSTLE”

  1. Hey, ease up on Griffey, wouldja? He’s going through a lot since finding out about both his parents having cancer.

    I heard an interview with Paul White (you know, the dude with the curly hair from Sports Weekly).

    He related a story about how he was talking to Grif and asked how he was doing.

    Grif said not so hot (this was just before the mom and dad cancer story broke). He told him, (i’m paraphrasing here)

    “yesterday, I felt so bad I couldn’t even feel the bat in my hands”.

    that’s all according to Paul White.

    so lay off Junior..

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