Reggie Jackson

Next stop for LA’s Reggie Jackson? All-Star status

No matter how unlikely the odds of the LA Clippers making the playoffs were, Reggie Jackson refused to hang his head low and throw in the towel. With Kawhi Leonard donning his signature new balance kicks on the sidelines as he continued his recovery process from a torn ACL, Jackson shouldered a larger than expected offensive role. The offensive spotlight only shone brighter on Jackson once Paul George was forced to miss 51 games due to torn ligaments in his right elbow.
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Reggie Jackson in awe of Vladimir Guerrero Jr.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. He stole the lights at Yankee Stadium on Wednesday night, They treat it like a solo show on Broadway. It was the 44th anniversary of Reggie Jackson He hit the ground running against the White Sox and then had fans flood the field with some Reggie bars that were handed out that night by Standard Brands, which showed they were attentive when Reggie said that if he played in New York, they’d name a piece of candy after him. And so they did.
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Clippers' Reggie Jackson: All-around performance in loss

Jackson accumulated 27 points (9-22 FG, 2-9 3Pt, 7-9 FT), seven rebounds, eight assists, one block and two steals across 45 minutes during Friday's 105-101 loss to the Pelicans. Jackson finished with at least 25 points, five assists and five rebounds for just the fifth time this season, but his...

Reggie Jackson blasts Dodgers for pulling Clayton Kershaw amid perfect game bid

MLB Hall of Famer Reggie Jackson blasted the Los Angeles Dodgers Wednesday after the team decided to pull pitcher Clayton Kershaw amid a perfect game bid. Kershaw, in his season debut, was magnificent against the Minnesota Twins, as he struck out 13 batters and had a perfect game through seven innings. But Dodgers manager Dave Roberts made the decision to remove Kershaw after 80 pitches at Target Field, which drew a reaction from Jackson on social media.

Reggie Jackson: Why the Emmett Till Antilynching Act is mostly just another empty gesture

Nearly seventeen years ago my mentor Dr. James Cameron returned from a trip to the Senate chambers when they issued an apology for never passing an anti-lynching bill. As a lynching survivor and creator of America’s Black Holocaust Museum, he was center stage as the Senate did something to “make up” for never passing a federal law to make lynching a federal crime.