Fox News Flash top sports headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. When Ken Griffey Jr. stepped into the batter's box, even opposing pitchers were left in awe by his sweet swing.
Apparently, the Hall of Famer, now in his 50s, still has not lost his touch. It took some convincing, but Griffey, who is currently the hitting coach for Team USA, eventually decided to take some batting practice ahead of the World Baseball Classic quarter-final game against Venezuela.
Shortly after Griffey picked up a baseball bat, every player on Team USA stood around the plate to catch a glimpse of the iconic swing. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Team USA looks on as hitting coach Ken Griffey Jr.
takes batting practice during the Team USA workout prior to the 2023 World Baseball Classic Quarterfinal game between Team Puerto Rico and Team Mexico at loanDepot Park on Friday, March 17, 2023, in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Daniel Shirey/WBCI/MLB Photos via Getty Images) Griffey is a seven-time Silver Slugger Award winner and last played in the big leagues in with the Seattle Mariners in 2010.Read more on foxnews.com