CINCINNATI -- The Reds clubhouse had some added star power on Sunday morning, when future Hall of Fame outfielder Ken Griffey Jr. visited.
Griffey visited with Dusty Baker in his office, and got reacquainted with members of the media and former teammates. He was joined by his two sons: Trey and Tevin.
Griffey, who played nine seasons in Cincinnati, where he hit 210 of his 630 career home runs, said he's enjoying spending time with family and attending his kids' sporting events.
Griffey was in Cincinnati to watching his daughter Taryn play in a basketball tournament. She's a highly-recruited sophomore point guard at Dr. Phillips High School in Orlando.
Trey recently committed to play wide receiver at the University of Arizona.
Griffey is noticeably more muscular than during his playing days, but as Baker noted, he also was sporting an expanded waistline. "That happens to all of us," Baker said, laughing.