Maybe 600 is just a number, but it's a really big number. Ken Griffey Jr. can add 600 career home runs to a lengthy list of career accomplishments after becoming just the sixth player ever to reach that mark. A phenomenon when he debuted for the Mariners as a 19-year-old regular in 1989, Griffey has traveled a twisting path toward Cooperstown. Injuries limited him to 140 games or fewer in nearly half of his first 19 seasons. And a midcareer move to Cincinnati coincided with the worst of those woes, including a stretch of three consecutive seasons in which he played fewer than 90 games. But a return to form in recent seasons helped him join Barry Bonds, Hank Aaron, Babe Ruth, Willie Mays and Sammy Sosa in an exclusive club -- at almost the same age Bonds joined it. So how about it, SportsNation? When will Griffey Jr. stop hitting home runs? What is his place in the game's all-time annals? And is he part of the best father-son combination in sports history?
Where does Griffey Jr. rank?