The "Crime Dog" was 5-Time MLB All-Star and a 1995 World Series Champion with the Atlanta Braves
- Coaching & Hitting Instruction
- Speaking Engagements
- Fantasy Camps
- 5-Time MLB All-Star
- 493 Career Home Runs
- 3-Time Silver Slugger Award Winner
McGriff signed his first pro contract when he was 17. During his 19-year major-league career, McGriff was a five-time All-Star, won the Silver Slugger award three times, and hit 30 or more home runs 10 times. In 1995 he led the Braves to their first world championship in Atlanta, and in 1998 brought professionalism and credibility to one of the worst teams ever, the expansion Tampa Bay Devil Rays.
In 1992, McGriff became the first player to lead both the American and National Leagues in home runs since the nineteenth century. He was also the first player to hit 30 or more home runs for five different teams. ESPN’s Chris Berman gave Fred McGriff one of the most memorable baseball nicknames of the 1990s: “Crime Dog,” after the cartoon public service announcement dog McGruff.