kengriffeyjr.jpgYes, that’s right: Ken Griffey Jr. is injured yet again.

He can’t even stay healthy in the offseason! This time, it’s a broken bone in his left hand, that he suffered in what reports are only calling a “home accident” because Griffey will not allow anyone to say exactly how the injury occured.

You know what that means!  Either the way he got injuried was terribly embarrassing, or else he got injured doing while something he shouldn’t have been doing.

Reports are now saying that Griffey broke his hand “playing with his children” but that could easily be part of a cover story. What do you think? Was Griffey injured while carrying deer meat for his children, or does “playing with his children” really mean he was popping wheelies on his motorcycle (for his children)?

One Response to “GHKGJGHLI: Guess how Ken Griffey Jr. Got his latest Injury”

  1. Well, I’m a Griffey Jr. fan, and at least even if he was doing something stupid, he injured himself in the OFF season. There are plenty of players doing stupid things and getting injured during the season…at least he’s playing it safe when it counts. I don’t think we should nail him to a cross for being human in his downtime. My guess, he’s young and will heal quickly, he’ll be 99% for spring training.

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