Ken Griffey Jr. was the a first-ballot Hall of Famer who impacted the game in so many positive ways. 

He is also upset by the sign-stealing scandal that has engulfed professional baseball. Earlier this offseason, the 2017 World Series champion Houston Astros were found guilty of using electronics to illicitly steal signs from opposing catchers. 

“If I’m at second base and do it legit, there’s no problem,” Griffey told the Tallahassee Democrat on Saturday. “If you’re crazy enough to flash a one sign down and I tell my guys, that’s fine.

“When you start relaying stuff and you’re the only one with that advantage, it makes it tough. I was looking at some stats. There were guys were hitting .380-.400 at home to

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