Ken Griffey Jr. Eternally Cool Thanks To Hall Of Fame Wardrobe, Backward Cap


July 25, 2016

Ken Griffey Jr. joined baseball immortality in a manner befitting the way he played the game: cooler than anyone else.

Griffey Jr. wore a stunning suit Sunday during his induction ceremony at the National Baseball Hall of Fame. His attire looked great from afar, but up close it’s simply breathtaking. ?Hall of Fame Class of 2016″ is embroidered on the black jacket in Seattle Mariner green, and his gold tie includes a silhouette of his famous swing.

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However, Griffey Jr. didn’t stop with the suit. At the end of his speech, he pulled a Hall of Fame cap from the podium and put it on backward: as he was known to do throughout his 22-year career.

That’s how it’s done, Jr.

Thumbnail photo via Gregory J. Fisher/USA TODAY Sports Images

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