Reggie Jackson (born May 18, 1946) is the clean-up hitter for California in the NES game RBI Baseball. Jackson is considered one of the most feared hitters in all game, and is well known for his ability to get incredible lift on the ball. Jackson's RBI nickname is Potatoes, coming from the powerful combination of him and California No. 3 hitter Wally Joyner (nicknamed "Meat").
Jackson is a Hall of Famer, ranking ninth all-time at the start of the 2005 baseball season with 563 home runs. He was the 1973 AL MVP with Oakland, and was a two-time World Series MVP (1973 and 1977). On the downside, Jackson is the all-time strikeout king in baseball history (reflected in his poor contact rating in RBI Baseball).
- Born on May 8th, 1946 in Wyncote, PA
- Was the 2nd overall pick of the Kansas City Athletics in the 1966 amateur draft
- Played in the Big Leagues with Kansas City 1967, Oakland (1968-1975, 1987), Baltimore (1976), the New York Yankees (1977-1981) and California (1982-1986)
- Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1993
- 14-time All-Star
- AL Regular Season and World Series MVP in 1973, World Series MVP in 1977
- Led league in HR four times, RBI once, runs twice, slugging three times and OPS twice
- 562 career home runs ranks 10th all time, .532 ranks seventh
- Career "leader" in strikeouts with 2,597
- Has 18 postseason HRs, hence the nickname "Mr. October"
- Right/Left-handed hitter
- .275 Batting Average
- 39 Home Runs
- 945 Power Rating
- 23 Contact Rating
- 128 Speed Rating
"I must kill... the queen." - Naked Gun
- Mr. October
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