Ken Griffey Jr. will join the Mariners at a future date in a non-playing "long-term" position, according to the Associated Press.
Ken Griffey Jr. announced his retirement Wednesday through a press release.
Ken Griffey Jr. hit a pinch-hit walkoff RBI single in the bottom of the ninth inning Thursday to lift the Mariners over the Blue Jays 4-3.
After being out for four games, Ken Griffey Jr. returns to the Mariners' lineup Sunday.
Ken Griffey Jr. told Jim Street of MLB.com that he is not contemplating retirement.
Ken Griffey Jr.'s agent Brian Goldberg told KIRO Radio that Larry LaRue of the Tacoma News Tribune published the recent story about his client by "accident."
Ken Griffey Jr., at the center of Napgate, pinch-hit for the Mariners in the top of the ninth inning on Wednesday night.
The Mariners held a team meeting on Tuesday regarding recent accusations that Ken Griffey Jr. was unavailable for a Saturday pinch-hitting appearance because he was sleeping.
Jon Heyman of SI.com hears that the Mariners "aren't about to release" veteran Ken Griffey Jr.
Larry LaRue of the Tacoma News Tribune reports that veteran Ken Griffey Jr. could be released this month by the Mariners.
The Mariners have fired hitting coach Alan Cockrell in an effort to spark their slumping lineup.
Ken Griffey Jr. went 0-for-4 with an RBI and two strikeouts Tuesday in the loss to the Rays.
Ken Griffey Jr. hit a walkoff grand slam off Kip Wells as the Mariners edged the Reds 6-5 on Friday.
Ken Griffey Jr. went 0-for-2 with a walk before being removed from Saturday's game against the Diamondbacks.