Ken Griffey Sr. 1975 Topps
A 19-year veteran, Ken Griffey Sr. was an integral part of the Cincinnati Red’s ‘Big Red Machine’ during the mid-1970’s. The first 9 years of his career were played with the Reds and Griffey became an All-star on their star-studded line-up 3 times. During his time in Cincinnati, Griffey hit .300+ in 6 of his 9 seasons while also 80+ runs 5 times. Ending his career with a very impressive .296 batting average, Griffey was also able to swipe 200 bases and score 1,129 runs.
A 2-time World Series winner on the Reds teams of 1975 and 1976, Griffey won championship rings in each of the World Series contests he participated in.