Reggie Jackson

MLB All-Star known for World Series heroics


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Reggie Jackson, "Mr. October," began his 21-year career with the Oakland Athletics in 1967. Playing on five championship teams, he is known for his World Series heroics with both the A's and the New York Yankees. Reggie led the league in home runs four different seasons ('73, '75, '80, & '83), and he surpassed Mickey Mantel's career home run total of 536 in 1986-blasting 563 home runs. He was a 14-time All-Star selection, won MVP honors in '73, and was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1993.

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