Willie Weinbaum ESPN
From our Cooperstown interview, new Hall of Fame inductee Ken Griffey Jr. on the temptation for him during the PEDs era: "None. You look at it, my dad wasn't the biggest or strongest or fastest. He always said, 'just don't let anybody outwork you.' Well, I take that back, my dad was fast (laughs)...and I was never the biggest or strongest or fastest on my team...when all of this stuff was happening, I had my own shoe, I was in commercials, I had my own video game, where else could I go? And I was the highest paid ballplayer. So the temptation wasn't there, because I had all these things. I ask people all the time, if you're a 25-year-old kid, you've got two kids, and you're on your way out, maybe. And these things are going take you to a new level and you're going to support your family -- what are you going to do? And people have this look like it's shocking to them, they're like, 'Oh, I would do it,' and then I'm like, 'Oh, okay, so the guys who got busted and the guys who did this, you're mad at them but you would do it?'"