Just like my dad, a lot of dads out there have taught their kids how to love sports. But for some athletes, their father-son relationship with sports is at another level in that both were a professional athletes. Here are five fathers and sons who left their marks on the sport they both played.

1. Ken Griffey, Sr. and Ken Griffey, Jr.

Top 5 Father-Son Duos In SportsSame name, same sport, same team. Ken Griffey, Sr. and Ken Griffey, Jr. are one of, if not, the most known father-son duo in Major League Baseball. In fact, they made history together. On August 31, 1990, towards the end of Ken Sr.’s career, they became the first father-son pairing to play together for the same team. About two weeks later, they made history again by becoming the only father and son to date who hit back-to-back home runs in a game.

Ken Sr. played in the MLB from 1973 to 1991, winning two World Series rings. He was a three-time All-Star, winning the All-Star Game MVP Award in 1980. The talent improved in the next generation Griffey, as Ken Jr. was a 13-time All-Star, 10-time Gold Glove Award Winner, seven-time Silver Slugger, the 1997 AL MVP and a three-time Home Run Derby champion. He was inducted into Cooperstown. He broke Tom Seaver’s record of highest votes earned by a Hall of Famer, earning 99.32 percent of the vote.