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Every 1990Æs little leaguersÆ favorite player will be back for another year in 2010.

On Wednesday, Ken Griffey, Jr. signed a one-year deal worth $2 million plus performance incentives to stay with the Seattle Mariners for at least one more season.

Griffey turns 40 on November 21, but many still remember him as ôThe Kid.ö

Escaping his father Ken Griffey Sr.'s shadow seemed to come natural to him. Junior possessed one of the sweetest swings anyone had witnessed. The smoothness of his swing also generated quite a bit of power, sending majestic fly balls into the upper decks. He was also a fantastic fielder with a flair for some of the most exciting catches one could see. Griffey could run, dive, and jump the wall, and the ball would almost always magically drop ...

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Article written by Phil Shore

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