Answer: Ken Griffey
Ken Griffey was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in 1969. He made his MLB debut for the organization in 1973. This is where he spent the biggest part of his career but found his way to the Atlanta Braves in 1986.
For the Atlanta Braves, Griffey appeared in a total of 271 games. During this stretch, he hit .285 with 49 home runs and 251 runs batted in.
After 19 seasons in the big leagues, Griffey called it quits in 1991 and enjoyed watching his son, Ken Griffey Jr. continue his legacy in Hall of Fame fashion.
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