Monday, September 24, 2012

September 24

1994 Upper Deck: The American Epic #29 - Joe Jackson

On this day in 1919, Joe Jackson drove in the game-winning and pennant clinching double against the St. Louis Browns.

The White Sox would go on to lose the World Series to the Cincinnati Reds. Joe would hit .375 with twelve hits and six RBI in the eight games of the 1919 World Series. After a series of events, fortunate or unfortunate depending on your point of view, Jackson would be out of professional baseball after 1920.

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