Reggie Jackson might be best known as the brash slugger who clashed with George Steinbrenner and Billy Martin and forever became "Mr. October" with
three World Series home runs at Yankee Stadium.
But Jackson rose to prominence in Oakland and had his biggest success with the Athletics, who will finally retire his No. 9 on Saturday -- 11 years
after New York gave him the honor by retiring his No. 44.
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