It's time for the 2016 Baseball Hall of Fame Induction. Ken Griffey Jr., who was voted into the Hall with over 99% of the vote, the most all-time, goes in as one of the most talented players ever.
Back in 1993, Griffey was just 23 years old, but already a multi-time All-Star and well on his way to glory in Cooperstown. Everyone knew it, including plenty of his athlete peers; none greater than Michael Jordan.
In honor of Griffey heading to the Hall, we have uncovered video of the American League All-Star clubhouse that year where Jordan asks for Griffey's autograph.
Unbeknownst to everyone at the time, seeing Jordan don the White Sox pinstripes back in '93 for some summer fun was a pre-cursor to his short-lived baseball career the following year.