The 46-year-old was one of two players induced in the 2016 class
Ken Griffey Jr. may be best known on this side of the Atlantic for his "grotesquely swollen jaw" in The Simpsons episode 'Homer at the Bat', but he remains one of the best players to ever play the game of baseball.
The 46-year-old was one of only two players to be inducted into the 2016 Class of Baseball's Hall of Fame on Sunday night. Along with Mike Piazza, both men were presented with their awards at a ceremony in Cooperstown, New York.
Griffey Jr. wore what looked like a pretty typical suit to the event, where on closer inspection it revealed a unique personalised pinstripe suit.
What a move from the former Seattle Mariners star.
Griffey's Hall of Fame details A+++++ pic.twitter.com/w9r37THaaH— Jim Ice (@Jim_ICE) July 24, 2016
Baller move by Ken Griffey Jr. today. His pinstripes on closer look read "Hall of Fame Class Of 2016" pic.twitter.com/zyD7m564Ym— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) July 24, 2016