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Every year there are stories about a few players who are giving it another try, coming back to the game after being out a year or two with an injury, or trying to resurrect their careers after several down years when the consensus seems to be that they're over the hill, about done.
Ken Griffey Jr. sat out the Reds' intrasquad game Tuesday because he's still not up to full speed in his recovery from a torn hamstring. Griffey worked out with trainers before the game. He had surgery last Aug. 16 to reattach a torn right hamstring, and needs a little more time to recover. The Reds expect him to be ready before opening day, but don't have a timetable for Griffey playing in a spring training game.
Track his progress this spring, because if he comes back too soon, he is another injury waiting to happen.