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The Griffey legacy continues with Trey playing college football


Ken Griffey Jr's son Trey heading to play for the Arizona Wildcats (photo by Rdikeman via wikipedia commons)

Everybody knows that the baseball Griffeys, Ken Sr. and Ken Jr. were great players.

Well, fans of that family probably was wondering if there was another on the way to pro baseball.

No, but there is one who could be headed to the NFL but first, he’ll play at the University of Arizona.

Trey Griffey, grandson of Ken Sr. and son of Ken Jr. has made an oral commitment to play football for the Wildcats.

Being selecting to play in Tucson, Trey was recruited by Arizona State, Iowa State, Michigan State and Washington State.

Last season for Dr. Phillips High School in Orlando, Florida, Trey caught 74 passes for 970 yards and as a wide receiver.

Just like his dad, he is tall at 6’2 and weighs 190 pounds.


Info compiled from staff, Radio & Recruiting news

Flyers’ Fabrizius earns MacBeth, Uhl awards in basketball


Luke Fabrizius (courtesy of Dayton athletics)

University of Dayton Flyers basketball player, Luke Fabrizius, a junior, received two honors at the team’s annual basketball banquet.

As the upperclassman on the team with the highest cumulative grade point average, he was presented with the John L. MacBeth Memorial Scholar-Athlete Award. Fabrizius is a Finance and Business Economics double major. The Macbeth Scholar-Athlete Award is presented in memory of Dayton, Ohio businessman John L. MacBeth, and is sponsored by Mrs. John L. MacBeth and family. It has been awarded since 1959.

Fabrizius was also named this season’s winner of the Uhl Family Endowed Scholarship. Former Flyers Bill Uhl, Sr. and Bill Uhl, Jr., have endowed a men’s basketball scholarship that is given annually to be given to a returning Flyer basketball player. Originally awarded in 2003, it was the first endowed award of this type in the University of Dayton Athletics Division. It is given annually to the UD player who best exemplifies the qualities of good sportsmanship and character, and follows the University’s creed of “Learn, Lead and Serve” on and off the court.

Previous recipients have been Keith Waleskowski, Mark Jones, Warren Williams, Jimmy Binnie, Marcus Johnson, Kurt Huelsman and Devin Searcy.


Info courtesy of University of Dayton athletics

Dale Earnhardt, Sr. will appear on Wheaties box for 2nd time

compiled from staff, wire and General Mills news

The late, great Dale Earnhardt will be appearing on commemorative Wheaties boxes in conjunction with his induction into NASCAR’s new Hall of Fame.

General Mills unveiled the cereal box on Friday May 21, which features a picture of Earnhardt wearing his race gear and sunglasses, his famous number 3 Chevrolet and a Hall of Fame logo.

Dale Earnhardt Sr. (General Mills photo)

Earnhardt was also featured on the Wheaties box in 1997. He’s the first NASCAR driver to appear twice.

The seven-time Cup champion, who died on a last-lap crash in the 2001 Daytona 500, will be inducted into the Hall of Fame on Sunday. Junior Johnson, Richard Petty, Bill France, Sr., and Bill France, Jr., round out the inagural class.

Roberto Alomar elected to the Canadian Hall of Fame

compiled from staff and wire reports

Roberto Alomar as a Blue Jay 2b (HCG)

Roberto Alomar, who is from the baseball playing family which includes his dad Sandy, Sr., and brother Sandy, who is an Indians coach, finally has made it to the Hall of Fame. Not Cooperstown, New York, but the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame in Ontario, Canada.

Alomar missed out on getting elected to the baseball hall of fame by just eight votes. Former Blue Jays pitcher Paul Quantrill, also will be inducted on June 19.

Roberto played 17 seasons in major league baseball, including five with Toronto. The 42 year old quit baseball in 2005 over health issues.

Cincinnati Reds Notebook


By “Joe Big Head” Coopersmith

MSN Staff Writer

The Cincinnati Reds during the recent off-season have been shoring up there minor league coaching staffs.

Ken Griffey, Sr. will be the new hitting coach at Single-A Dayton.

After his baseball career, which included stops with Cincinnati, the Yankees, Atlanta and Seattle, Griffey coached five seasons with the Reds from 1997-2001. Since then, he has been a special assistant to Reds’ general manager and a roving batting instructor.

Griffey is someone that can give young players the inspiration and instruction they need to make to the major leagues. He is a link to the greatest Reds teams, having been one of the regulars on the World Series champions of 1975 and 1976. He also played on Western Division championship teams in 1973 and 1979 as well as the 1981 team that had the best record in baseball but failed to make the playoffs during that strike-shortened season.

during his big-league career, Griffey hit .296 with 152 home runs and 859 RBI’S,  while usually hitting second in the Big Red Machine batting order between Pete Rose and Joe Morgan. Senior, who was the MVP of the 1980 All-Star Game, is also a member of the Reds Hall of Fame.

Former MLB infielder DeLino DeShields will be the new field manager for the Billings Mustangs in 2010. DeShields, the Mustangs hitting coach in 2009, replaces manager Julio Garcia. After managing Billings the last two seasons, Garcia accepted the managerial  post with the rookie Arizona League Reds in Goodyear, Arizona.

DeShields, 40, enjoyed a 13-year major league career Montreal, Los Angeles, St. Louis, Baltimore and Chicago Cubs. He was Montreal’s first-round draft pick in 1987 and turned down a basketball scholarship to Villanova University to sign with the Expos. He made his major league debut in 1990 and finished second in the National League Rookie of the Year balloting that season.

He finished his career with Cubs in 2002 and wound up with a lifetime batting average of .268 with 80 homers and 561 RBI’S. His  463 career stolen bases rank him among the top 50 all-time base stealers.

The Double-A Carolina Mudcats barely missed the first half title in David Bell’s initial season as a manager. But that didn’t stop the Reds top management from rehiring him for the 2010 season.

Bell was 65-74 with the MudCats in his first season. The 37 -year third generation major league player spent 12 years with Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Cleveland, St. Louis, Seattle and San Francisco. He was the only member of his baseball playing family not to don a Reds uniform-unlike grandfather Gus, father Buddy or brother Mike.