Jackson becomes 13th member of 500 home run club
Jackson spent five of his remaining six years in the big leagues with the Angels before returning to Oakland for his final season. The 14-time All-Star retired at age 41 after the 1987 season with the Athletics.
He was enshrined in Cooperstown in 1993, becoming the 29th first ballot Hall of Famer.
Kristen Gowdy was a public relations intern in the Frank and Peggy Steele Internship Program at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
Reggie Jackson’s three Game 6 home runs lift Yankees to World Series title
Reggie Jackson cemented his reputation as Mr. October in 1977 World Series.
Jackson changes Yankees’ fortunes by signing free agent contract
Before he was the toast of New York City, Reggie Jackson was the heart of Dick Williams’ Oakland Athletics dynasty.
Jackson returns to Oakland to end career
On Dec. 24, 1986, Reggie Jackson signed a contract that would bring him back to Oakland for his final big league season.
Jackson caps career with Hall of Fame induction
Reggie Jackson was inducted into the Hall of Fame on Aug. 1, 1993.