Ken Griffey Jr. might be able to have a backwards cap on his Hall of Fame plaque
Sure, we know newly-elected Hall of Famer Ken Griffey Jr. for his home runs, for his defense, for his contagious smile every time he stepped onto a baseball field.
But one of the more noticeable and fun aspects about Griffey was that he seemed to always prefer wearing his hat backwards:
And as his inevitable election neared, fans wondered/prayed that his plaque could show this unique feature in some way. Even Bryce Harper chimed in. Well, Bryce (and everybody else), you may be in luck:
Jeff Idleson,President of the National Baseball Hall of Fame left open the possibility of Ken Griffey Jr. hat being on backwards on plaque— Jim Bowden (@JimBowden_ESPN) January 7, 2016
Please. Please. Please. Please. Pretty please. For inspiration, Mr. Idleson, an artist's rendering below: