Without a doubt the most talented player in MLB history and without a doubt a first ballot hall of famer. Jr. was the best player in baseball through the '90s and there was little dispute that Ken was going to hit the 756 HR.
Whatever Ken wanted to do on the field he did, he was amazing with the Mariners. He signed a big deal with the Reds and that's where the problems happened.
Griffey couldn't stay on the field with the Reds. He had knee problems, back issues, hamstring issues and it was just hard to watch every time he broke down on the field.
Although Ken is going to the Hall of Fame, just imagine were his numbers would be if he didn't break down in Cincinnati. There's no doubt in my mind he was going to be the one to hit number 756.
In Ken's 22-year career, he has hit .286, 621 HR, and 1,798 RBI with 10 All-Star appearances, an MVP, and 10 Gold Gloves.