Is it possible that Ken Griffey, Jr. could return to
the Seattle, the scene of his greatest triumphs? Bob
Finnigan floats the possibility in today's Seattle
Times on a day when it was announced that general
manager Pat Gillick will be stepping down from his
post. He will remain as a consultant for an
undetermined amount of time.
Gillick has run the club for four years during which
time they have never won fewer than 91 games and
averaged 98 wins per season. Why the retirement?
Finnigan writes he Gillick felt he had "four shots on
goal or four kicks" and, "Feeling it was time to give
someone else a chance."
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