Ken “Junior” Griffey (aka “The Kid”) tops the list as the best home run hitter of the 90s. Griffey was by far the most consistent slugger during the decade, and he did it with style – the smile, the backwards hat, the majestic swing, and of course his iconic celebratory stare-down. He also did it with pure clean power (see moon shot in Toronto ) unlike many of his juiced opponents, which gives him the slight edge. During the 90s, Griffey was a 7x Sliver Slugger award winner, 4x American League home run leader, and a 3x home run derby champion. If you exclude 1995 (in which Junior missed over half the season due to a broken wrist), he averaged 41 home runs per season. He also had the second most home runs in the decade with 382 and finished his career with 630 bombs.