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(Seattle, WA)  --  Former Seattle Mariners outfielder Ken Griffey, Jr. will be inducted this summer into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.  Griffey was elected in his first year of eligibility with 99-point-three-percent of the vote, which is a record.  He and former catcher Mike Piazza will be the only players to be inducted into the Hall this year.  Griffey is sixth on the career home-run list with 630, won ten Gold Glove awards, and was named the American League's MVP in 1997. 

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