Page 2 goes to the movies to decide whether Ken Griffey Jr. fell asleep.
Ken Griffey Jr. might be playing his final games as a major leaguer. Enjoy it while you can.
Diving into an unopened box of baseball cards taught Jim Caple life isn't as fun when you already know the ending.
Jim Caple hands off his column to the epitome of the collecting boom and bust: the Ken Griffey Jr. rookie card.
After spending some time in the Mariners' clubhouse, Jim Caple learned just how different every player's path is to the major leagues.
After a miserable year of sports in Seattle, Jim Caple is happy to see Ken Griffey Jr. returning home.
Mariners fans cheered Ken Griffey Jr. all weekend long in his return to Seattle -- and that's the way it should be, writes Jim Caple.
Ken Griffey Jr. is receiving a hero's welcome in Seattle this weekend. Here are 12 other players from the past two decades equally as adored.
On the day Ken Griffey Jr. returns to Seattle, Jim Caple imagines a very different baseball landscape if Junior had stayed in the Emerald City.
Were you upset about the lack of blockbuster trades Monday? Jim Caple was -- here are the 10 trades he wanted to see the most.
Reaching 500 career home runs should still be celebrated. So we should applaud Ken Griffey Jr.
Cincinnati had high hopes for its new ballpark, but like Ken Griffey Jr., it's hurting in a few places.
While Curt Schilling asks that the D-backs close the roof at the BOB, Page 2's Jim Caple ponders the greatest home-field advantages in sports.