Watch: Griffey and Piazza Elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

Bill Shanks breaks down two greats who are now Cooperstown-bound.

Ken Griffey Jr., who busted on the scene as a 19-year-old phenom, has just made his way into the MLB Hall of Fame first year on the ballot, but surprisingly not unanimously.

Joining Griffey is one of the greatest hitting catchers of all-time, Mike Piazza. The 12-time All-Star is now one of only two Mets players ever inducted into the Hall of Fame.

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