During a walk up Eutaw Street this week, Brian kicked off his blog by providing an update on his injury, including the news that he’ll be moved to the 60-day disabled list.
Moving from his own Eutaw Street home run plaque, he made a stop at the only bronze baseball to grace the face of the Warehouse at Camden Yards. And who better to talk about the historic home run marker than the batter himself – Ken Griffey Jr.
With the Mariners in town for a three-game set, Griffey joined B-Rob as a special guest on the second baseman’s weekly video blog. Find out where Brian was when Griffey hit the longest Eutaw Street home run in Oriole Park history and the differences, from a player’s perspective, between Memorial Stadium and OPACY.
Finally, watch Brian’s latest video blog to find out what it was like for Griffey to play pro ball with his father and the one message Ken Griffey Jr. has for kids today.