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Reggie Jackson

Baseball

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Four sport athlete at Cheltenham High School graduating in 1966

Played one year of college baseball at Arizona State University (1966)

Played 21 seasons in the major leagues at OF:

  • Kansas City / Oakland Athletics (1967-75, 1987)
  • Baltimore Orioles (1976)
  • New York Yankees (1977-81)
  • California Angels (1982-86)

Career stats: .262 AVG, 1551 R, 2584 H, 563 HR, 1702 RBI, 490 SL%

Career fielding stats: .697 F%, 4337 TC, 4062 PO, 133 A, 31 DP

14 time AL All-Star (1969, 1971-75, 1977-84)

11 times finished in the AL Top 5 in HR (1968-69, 1971-77, 1980, 1982)

4 times led the AL in HR (1973, 1975, 1980, 1982)

3 times finished in the AL Top 5 in RBI

1 time led the AL in RBI (1973)

5 times finished in the AL Top 5 in Runs

2 times led the AL in Runs (1969, 1973)

4 times finished in the AL Top 5 in Doubles

4 times finished in the AL Top 5 in Total Bases

9 times finished in the AL Top 5 in Extra Base Hits

2 times led the AL in Extra Base Hits (1969, 1975)

2 times finished in the AL Top 5 in On Base %

8 times finished in the AL Top 5 in Slugging %

3 times led the AL in Slugging % (1969, 1973, 1976)

5 times led th AL in Putouts at RF (1968, 1971, 1973-75)

2 times led the AL in Assists at RF (1968, 1971)

2 times led the AL in Double Plays at RF (1968, 1971)

Holds the Athletics Single Game Record for Most RBI with 10 (6/14/69)

Current rank on the Athletics Career Leaders:

  • 3rd in HR [269]
  • 7th in RBI [776]
  • 5th in XBH [530]
  • 8th in Total Bases [2323]
  • 8th in SL % [.896]

Current rank amongst Athletics Outfielders

  • 8th in Total Chances [2550]
  • 8th in Putouts [2382]
  • 8th in Double Plays [22]

Current rank on the Yankees Career Leaders

  • 7th in SL % [.526]

Co-holds the Angels Single Game Record for Most HR with 3 (9/18/86)

Current rank on the Angels Career Leaders

  • 10th in HR [123]

Joined Babe Ruth as the only other player to hit 3 HR in a World Series game (1977)

First player to hit 5 HR in one World Series (1977)

Has a .357 lifetime World Series average, nearly 100 points higher than his regular season average

First major leaguer to hit 100 HR with 3 different teams (Athletics, Yankees, Angels)

His 563 HR were sixth all time when he retired

Current rank on the MLB Career Leaders

  • 11th in HR [563]
  • 20th in RBI [1702]
  • 50th in Runs [1551]
  • 24th in Total Bases [4834]
  • 19th in XBH [1075]
  • 29th in Walks [1375]

1 time Silver Slugger Award recipient at DH (1980)

1 time Silver Slugger Award recipient at OF (1982)

Named AL MVP (1973)

2 time World Series MVP (1973, 1977)

Became the first player to win the World Series MVP award with 2 different teams

Given the Babe Ruth Award by the NY area BBWAA chapter as World Series MVP (1977)

6 times a member of an AL Champion (1972-74, 1977-78, 1981)

3 time World Series Champion with the Athletics (1972-74)

2 time World Series Champion with the Yankees (1977, 1978)

His uniform #44 was retired by the Yankees (8/14/93)

His uniform #9 was retired by the Athletics (5/22/04)

Ranked 48th on The Sporting News list of the 100 Greatest Baseball Players (1999)

Nominee for the MLB All-Century Team (1999)

Charter inductee into the Arizona State University Sports Hall of Fame (1975)

Inducted into the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame (1993)

Inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame (1993)

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