Wouldn't it be great if Ken Griffey Jr. led the Reds to AT LEAST respectability, if not playoff contention, with a huge season, the same year that the steroid investigation gets off the ground? When all of these steroid users were reaping their rewards from cheating, Jr. was on a trainer's table fighting to get back to what he once was. I think it would be only fitting that with the cheaters now finally caught, and not only caught, but being thrown in front of the public eye with this investigation, that Jr. finally regains his perch atop the game with a COMPLETE and monstrous season. Maybe I'm asking for too much. Maybe it won't all come together, and maybe Griffey will indeed have a great season, but the Reds will suck, which will take a lot of the focus off Griffey. But it would be so great for the game if Griffey could have one of his classic seasons, to show the viewing world that it CAN be done the right way, and that hard work and perseverance, even through the worst of times, can pay off.