Though he won't be Hall of Fame eligible until 2015, Ken Griffey Jr. will be joining one collection of greats this upcoming season when he is inducted into the Seattle Mariners Hall of Fame (h/t Seattle Times).
The ceremony will take place on August 10, before the team's game against the Milwaukee Brewers. Griffey joins Alvin Davis, Jay Buhner, Edgar Martinez, Randy Johnson and Dan Wilson as well as announcer Dave Niehaus in receiving the honor.
It was the Mariners who drafted Griffey first overall in the 1987 draft, and he debuted just two years later as a 19-year-old phenom.
All told, Griffey spent 13 of his 22 big league seasons with the Mariners. He finished his storied career with a .284/.370/.538 slash line to go along with 630 home runs and 1,836 RBI.
Let's take a look back at the greatest moments from Griffey's time in Seattle, as we rank his ten greatest moments while playing for the Mariners.