OAKLAND, CA - APRIL 27: Hall of Fame baseball player Reggie Jackson throws out the ceremonial first pitch following a ceremony honoring the 1973 world series championship before the game between the Oakland Athletics and the Baltimore Orioles at O.co Coliseum on April 27, 2013 in Oakland, California.
I wear my A's hat when I play golf ... I work for the Yankees and love the Yankees, but the A's are certainly a part of me that goes back forever.
It certainly was the (highlight) of my career ... I am attached to (the uniform) and I understand its value.More quotes »
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