The thing you have to remember about Griffey is that he was in decline before his injury. From 98-2000, the last 3 injury free years, he dropped from 56 to 48 to 40 home runs. He dropped from .284 to .285 to .271. He fell from 20 to 24 to 6 sb's. I think that he could be a sleeper, certainly. Take the trade. But don't expect a return to the Griffey of old. The reds have a stacked outfield and could sit him on a moments notice. If he stays relatively healthy, I could see him hitting 30 hrs with a .270 avg. The stolen bases, of course, are long gone. Not bad, but certainly not a return to the Griffey of old. And that's if he stays healthy.