Bat of Ken Griffey Jr. Statue Stolen, Recovered

Zac Wassink@https://twitter.com/ZacWassinkFeatured ColumnistOctober 18, 2017

This past April, the Seattle Mariners unveiled a statue dedicated to franchise legend and all-time great slugger Ken Griffey Jr. outside Safeco Field.

Somebody recently ran off with an important piece of the fixture. 

Per Chris Daniels of King 5 News, a thief stole a large section of the bat held by Griffey's likeness. However, it seems the story has a happy ending, although Daniels did ask an important question while offering an update on the situation: 

The guilty party should apologize to The Kid in person. 

[Twitter]

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