Reggie Jackson

Reggie Jackson World Series
Birthdate 5/18/1946
Death Date
Debut Year 1967
Year of Induction 1993
Teams Angels, Athletics, Orioles, Yankees
Positions Designated Hitter, Right Field

“Mr. October” Reggie Jackson appeared in the post season 10X in a 12 year span, hitting 18 homers and 48 RBI in 281 career post season at bats.

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Reggie Jackson received consideration for the MVP in 13 seasons

Reggie Jackson received consideration for the MVP in 13 seasons

A first-ballot Cooperstown selection, Reggie Jackson was one of the most prolific home run hitters of his day. Selected by the Kansas City Athletics with the second overall pick in the 1966 draft, Jackson was in the big leagues the following year. When the A’s moved to Oakland for the ’6
Jackson is a five-time World Series champ and two-time Series MVP

Jackson is a five-time World Series champ and two-time Series MVP

Reggie Jackson helped his teams reach 11 American League Championship Series and 5 Fall Classics. On baseball’s brightest stage, Reggie was at his best. He hit .357 with a .457 on-base percentage, and a .755 slugging mark in World Series play. His performance earned him one of baseball’s

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