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Allen, Maury. Mr. October: The Reggie Jackson Story. New York: Times Books, 1981.

Halter, Jon C. Reggie Jackson: All Star in Right. New York: GP Putnam's Sons, 1975.

Jackson, Reggie. Reggie Jackson's Scrapbook. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1978.

Jackson, Reggie, with Mike Lupica. Reggie: The Autobiography. New York: Villard Books, 1984.

Libby, Bill. The Reggie Jackson Story. New York: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1975.

"Reggie Jackson." Great Athletes, volume 4. Hackensack, N.J.: Salem Press, Inc.


Boston Globe (January 6, 1993): 1.

Boston Globe (January 10, 1993): 54.

Boston Globe (August 2, 1993): 37.

Deford, Frank. "Behind the Fence." Sports Illustrated (July 27, 1981): 50-64.

Dolson, Frank. "With flair for showmanship, Reggie Jackson was ahead of his time." Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service (July 31, 1993).

Esquire (June 1993): 69-71.

Garcia, Julian. "Reggie finds his place at Monument Park." Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service (July 6, 2002).

"How the Franchise Went West." Time (June 27, 1977): 49.

Jet (January 25, 1993): 45.

Jet (May 1993): 47.

Jet (August 16, 1993): 51.

Jet (September 6, 1993); 51.

Kallmann, Dave. "Reggie Jackson becomes NASCAR team owner," Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service (February 28, 2002).

Los Angeles Times (January 12, 1993; August 1, 1993; August 2, 1993; March 5, 1995).

Murray, Chass. "Compensation System Showing Flaws." Sporting News (February 6, 1984).

Newhan, Ross. "Baseball: Hall of Famer Jackson has met with Orange County billionaires trying to buy team from Disney." Los Angeles Times (September 24, 1999): 6.

New York (April 19, 1993): 158-160.

New Yorker (August 2, 1993): 40-41.

New York Times (July 4, 1979): 50-64.

Sports Illustrated (August 2, 1993): 58-64.

Ward, Robert. "Reggie Jackson in No-Man's Land." Sport (June, 1977): 89-96.


"Reggie Jackson." http://www.baseball-reference.com/ (November 10, 2002).

"Reggie Jackson." http://www.pubdim.net/baseballlibrary/ (November 10, 2002).

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almost 10 years ago

Hi Reggie, not sure you will remember me, we went to Cheltenham High together, you, me, Irvin, George, Danny we had the 1955 organ chevy, we use to race up and down glenside ave. Well just wanted to say hi and wish you well. Lou

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about 11 years ago

Hi Reggie,

We were friends at ASU. In case the name eludes you, I was the cheerleader on crutches at the same time you were and our acquaintance went through your rookie year. If you will be at the Barret Jackson show this week, I am still in Scottsdale and would love to see you. Email me.


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over 11 years ago

Mr. Jackson,

My younger brother has been a fan of yours going back to the early 70's. So much so that while playing baseball and softball his jersey number was 44. To this day his nickname is 4's. Barry and his wife are diehard Yankee fans, much to this K.C. Royals fan's dismay. He will be turning 44 in March of 2008 and I'd love to be able to present him with a personally autographed Reggie Jackson picture. Could I impose upon you to send one for his birthday? It would mean more than words can say. Sincerely, Cathy

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over 11 years ago

Hello Mr. Jackson-As an avid car collector, would you be interested in purchasing one of the first 1,000 Pontiac Solstice, #21 to be exact. I own it and it has less than 1,300 actual miles on it. It is black with beige/gray interior, and FLAWLESS! Please let me know if you are interested. Thanks-Darin in Phoenix, AZ