Retirement suiting Griffey fine so far
SEATTLE -- Ken Griffey Jr. was driving through the nation's heartland on the second day of his journey away from baseball life and toward his family in Florida. And the Mariners' now-retired slugger felt liberated.
His own father could sense that.
"One thing I noticed yesterday when I talked to him while he was driving home, he sounds very happy. It was kind of a relief," Ken Griffey Sr. said Friday in a telephone interview with The Associated Press from Dayton, Ohio, where he is in ...
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