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Sox Decline Griffey's Option

From the Associated Press:

Ken Griffey Jr.'s $16.5 million option has been declined by the Chicago White Sox, making the No. 5 home run hitter in major league history eligible for free agency.
Griffey is owed a $4 million buyout, which completes a $116.5 million, nine-year contract that he agreed to with the Cincinnati Reds before the 2000 season.

The 38-year old hit a combined .249 with 18 homers and 71 RBIs in 143 games last season for the Reds and the White Sox.

By Tracee Hamilton  |  October 30, 2008; 2:47 PM ET
Categories:  White Sox  
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Comments

Hey guys! Four posts since the end of the world series and none addressing how the Baseball Insider writers - and much of the national sports media - called this World Series wrong. Sure, I like to gloat as much as any Philly fan right about now, but isn't it newsworthy or at least worthy of a comment about how so much of the media got this one wrong? Thanks.

Posted by: chrisduckworth | October 30, 2008 3:51 PM | Report abuse

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