Ichiro, Junior speak the same language
After tension-filled '08 season, Griffey's presence could help keep M's clubhouse loose
PEORIA, Ariz. -- At long last, the two best outfielders in Mariners history took their positions as Seattle teammates Thursday afternoon. And in doing so before one inning, they revealed their distinct personalities and styles. His eyes focused directly ahead, Ichiro Suzuki trotted businesslike to right field in a path so straight it could have been laid down by a highway-surveying crew in Kansas. Ken Griffey Jr., meanwhile, casually ambled toward left field, stopping his indirect route to chat ...
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