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 Griffey is willing to play ball with White Sox
posted 8 years ago

CHICAGO - Ken Griffey struck out in the bottom of the ninth against Grant Balfour to end the White Sox' season with a 6-2 loss to the Rays yesterday. Afterward, Griffey said that he's not ready to retire from baseball just yet and would like to return to Chicago. American League Division Series Series Overview 3 wins 1 from today's globe * Gallery Celebration photos * galleries Scene | Game 4 * video Analysis, interviews * Report Card Grade the Sox * discuss Bring on the Rays! * Francona sets standard for managers * Youth, movement * Dan Shaughnessy Tradition in Tampa? We're on thin ice * Red Sox notebook Timlin is relieved to get back in the game * Rays found the right mix to build * Consensus: There's no place like dome * He's taking a big turn * NLCS notebook Manny mantra: What, me worry? * Rays notebook Direction changed by beating the East * Sports media Sox-Rays to be compelling tale alds essentials * ALDS schedule * Scouting reports * ALDS video * Red Sox blog * Tony Massarotti "Yeah, I would like to return," said Griffey, who is a free agent. "We'll see what happens. I'd like to come back because the last two months have been a blast. My family has enjoyed it here." And if he's not wanted in Chicago? "I'm not retiring," said Griffey, who will turn 39 in November. "I've got some things to do in this game still. I want to keep playing. "I think I can still play and help a team. The city has really responded to me and my family. This team fought all year. I really enjoyed it." Griffey, who made a diving catch in center to rob Jason Bartlett in the fourth yesterday, hit .260 with 3 homers and 18 RBIs in 41 games with Chicago after being acquired July 31 from Cincinnati for pitcher Nick Masset and infielder Danny Richar.

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