Ken Griffey Jr., a 13-time All Star and the 1997 AL MVP, was not only a lock to be elected to the Hall of Fame, he broke Tom Seaver's Hall of Fame voting record by receiving 99.32% of the vote. Griffey led the American League in home runs four times and won 10 Gold Gloves, his charisma and picturesque swing making him one of the most iconic players of his generation. Following his induction at Cooperstown on July 24, 2016, here's a look at Junior through the years.
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