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August 31, 1990 > Ken Griffey, Jr. and Ken Griffey, Sr. become the first father and son combination to play together in a Major League game. The elder Griffey plays left field and bats second, while the younger Griffey bats third and plays center field. They each pick up one hit in four at-bats.