Reggie Jackson is a baseball Hall of Famer nicknamed "Mr. October" because of his great World Series status. Outspoken and charismatic, Reggie was never afraid to speak his mind. He was good—very good, and he knew it. Named the World Series MVP in 1973 and 1977, Jackson’s star seemed to shine its brightest on baseball’s grandest stage. The 14 time American League All-Star was a member of five World Series championship teams, and hit 3 home runs in Game 6 of the 1977 World Series, the most home runs ever by one player in a World Series game.
In part 2 of Reggie's podcast (part 1 here), we discuss his:
- Views on Cam Newton & racial discrimination in sports
- Having a chip on his soldier as a player
- Having the heart of a champion
- Launch of his classic auto parts site Reggie's Garage
- Personal heroes
- Words of wisdom for the younger generation