Griffey

Griffey may refer to:

  • Ken Griffey, Jr. (born 1969), former Major League Baseball player
  • Ken Griffey, Sr. (born 1950), former Major League Baseball player, father of Ken Griffey, Jr.
  • Anthony Dean Griffey (born 1970), American operatic tenor
  • Carolyn Griffey, American soul vocalist and member of the soul funk group Shalamar
  • Dick Griffey (1938-2010), American record producer and promoter, father of Carolyn Griffey
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The Double (Seattle Mariners) - Off-field Significance and Legacy - Legacy
... The image of Griffey at the bottom of the dogpile after scoring the winning run is one of the most memorable images of Griffey's storied career with the Mariners ... In 2007, when Griffey returned to Seattle for the first time since his 1999 trade to the Cincinnati Reds, that image was included in a photo collage of highlights of Griffey's ... The image of Griffey sliding into home plate has been immortalized in a mural at Safeco Field called The Defining Moment ...
The Double (Seattle Mariners) - The Play
... game in the 9th inning for a rare relief appearance, faced Joey Cora, Ken Griffey, Jr ... Center fielder Griffey singled to short right-center field, allowing Cora to reach third base ... line, scoring Cora with the tying run and Griffey with the winning run ...
Anthony Dean Griffey
... Anthony Dean Griffey (born February 12 in High Point, North Carolina) is an American opera singer ... With his lyric tenor voice, Griffey has become a regular presence on the stages of opera houses and concert halls around the world ... Griffey has been noted for his outstanding acting talent in addition to his remarkable voice ...
Anthony Dean Griffey - Early Life and Education
... Anthony Dean Griffey was born in High Point, North Carolina to a family of little means ... At the encouragement of his teachers at Wingate, Griffey auditioned successfully for the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY, where he studied with John Maloy ... Griffey double majored in vocal performance and literature, receiving a Master's of Music/Performer's Certificate ...