Get a Commemorative Cover Honoring Reggie Jackson’s Induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame
Reggie Jackson spent 21 years in the major leagues, playing right field for the Kansas City/Oakland Athletics, Baltimore Orioles, New York Yankees, and California Angels. He earned his nickname, Mr. October, for his clutch hitting during postseason games (held in October) with the Yankees and Athletics. In all, he led his teams to 11 divisional titles, six American League pennants, and five World Series titles. He was voted the 1973 American League MVP, was the league’s home run leader four times and RBI leader once. He also hit three home runs in three consecutive at-bats that helped the Yankees win the 1977 World Series.
Jackson was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on August 1, 1993. You can own a commemorative cover celebrating his historic achievement and impressive career. It features the 1992 Olympic Baseball stamp, a pictorial cancellation on the date of the induction at Cooperstown, New York, and a quote from Jackson’s induction speech. It’s a great piece of sports history – get it for your collection now.