Learn More About Reggie Jackson

Reggie Jackson hit 563 career home runs and was an American League All-Star for fourteen seasons. He won two Silver Slugger Awards, the American League MVP award, two World Series MVP Awards, and the Babe Ruth Award. He also smashed 18 postseason home runs…10 of them in the World Series.

The Yankees and Athletics retired his team uniform number “44″ in 1993 and number “9” in 2004. Mr. Jackson currently serves as a Special Advisor to Ownership of the Yankees. Revered in Yankee lore, the late George Steinbrenner had his suite at the new Yankee Stadium numbered “44″.

Reggie, with the help of friends and corporate partners, oversees The Mr October Foundation for Kids, focusing on educating the underserved, education of kids, and the study of ‘STEM’ (Science, Technology Engineering and Math), working on inclusion and participation for future young Americans of underserved communities. The Mr October Foundation has existing programs in East Palo Alto College Prep in Palo Alto, Georgia Tech University (an Engineering Program) in Atlanta, and the Bronx in New York.

Mr. Jackson has called Carmel, California home since 1977. When not traveling with or for the Yankees, for numerous personal appearances, or for charitable causes, he can always be found at one of his Seaside-area or Southern California garages caring for his formidable collection of rare, exotic and muscle cars.