It's a game program from the Connie Mack World Series in New Mexico, the championship for a league of 16 and 17-year-olds. It seems Griffey played in the league at some point because this year he was inducted into the CMWS Hall of Fame. Here's a write-up from within the program:
He wasn't alone, either:
Something especially fun about this package from Corey is that he knows Griffey's "host family." The players are too young to be in hotels, I guess, so they stay with local families wile they play in the Series. It would seem Griffey is still pals with his original host family and went for a visit. Here is a picture Corey included of Junior with his host family's dog, Mack:
Frickin' adorbs, right? I want to hang out with this dude.
There were also a bunch of game tickets, both used and un-used, in the program and a nice, long letter from Corey explaining it all. I was spouting to my wife for 15 minutes about this one. Amazing package, Corey. Thank you!
Corey also mentioned that there was a team from NOLA in the tournament this year, the Bill Hood Broncos. Every New Orleanian knows Bill Hood Chevrolet - I'm thinking it must be the same guy.
Thanks again, Corey! I need a hell of a lot of Wallachs to get even with you now...