This is what Griffey’s HOF plaque could look like with hat backwards

Ken Griffey's swing and swag were unmistakeable.

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Ken Griffey Jr. was known for that sweet swing and for wearing his hat backwards.

After Junior was elected to the Hall of Fame on Wednesday with the highest percentage in the history of the Hall (99.3), many wondered if Griffey would opt to have his hat on backwards on his Hall plaque.

Though Griffey hinted at not having his hat backwards on his plaque Thursday, the Hall of Fame has said it is "open to possibilities that best capture a player’s likeness."

Hey, Cooperstown, how about something like this?

Junior couldn’t help but turn around his Cooperstown hat Thursday.

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