Reggie Jackson Net Worth

Reggie Jackson Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Reginald Martinez "Reggie" Jackson net worth is
$20 Million

Reginald Martinez "Reggie" Jackson Wiki Biography

Reginald Martinez Jackson is a Wyncote, Pennsylvania-born American former professional baseball player, born on 18 May 1946 from Puerto Rican and African American ancestry. A well-known basketball player in MLB, Reggie played for reputable teams like the New York Yankees, California Angels and others during his career.

One of the popular former baseball players in major baseball leagues, one may wonder how rich is Reggie Jackson at the present? As estimated by sources, Reggie counts his net worth at an amount of $20 million in early 2016. Needless to say, his involvement in the sport of baseball as a professional baseball right fielder for more than 21 years has been most significant in amassing his wealth. Playing for the New York Yankees, Baltimore Orioles and Oakland Athletics among others have also earned him enough to become a multi-millionaire today.

Reggie Jackson Net Worth $20 Million

Cheltenham Township, Philadelphia and Wyncote-raised Reggie is the son of Martinez Jackson, a Baseball Hall of Fame inducted baseball player. As his parents divorced when Reggie was only four years old, he grew up with his father and found interest in baseball during his childhood. Reggie attended Cheltenham High School where he played baseball, football and basketball. Later, Reggie enrolled in Arizona State University on a football scholarship, but ended up playing both football and baseball at collegiate level. Eventually, Reggie was selected by the Kansas City Athletics in the 1966 MLB Draft, and he played for the team from 1967 to 1975, including after it became the Oakland Athletics.

Later, in 1976, Jackson was signed to the Baltimore Orioles for only a year, and then he became a part of the New York Yankees in 1977 and played for the team until 1981. He again left, this time to join the California Angels for four years between 1982 and 1986. Lastly, Jackson played for Oakland Athletics in 1987 before finally retiring from his career as a professional baseball player.

During his career, Reggie was a five times World Series Champion, was twice World Series MVP in the years 1973 and 1977, named in the All-Star team for fourteen years, and was also awarded the Silver Slugger Award twice in 1980 and 1982. On top of that, Jackson was inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame in 1993 being voted by 93.6% in the first ballot. Needless to say, being a part of Major League Baseball has not only helped Reggie find fame and recognition as a professional baseball player but has also earned him quite well to make him a multi-millionaire in his retirement days.

Regarding his personal life, 69 years old Reggie now leads his life as a divorcee and a father of a daughter. Currently, he serves the Yankees as a special advisor and enjoys his retirement life as an accomplished former baseball player who likes to be known for his association with the New York Yankees. Moreover, his present net worth of $20 million caters to his daily life in every possible way.

Full NameReggie Jackson
Net Worth$20 Million
Salary16.41 million USD, 14.96 million USD, 14.96 million USD
Date Of BirthMay 18, 1946
Place Of BirthWyncote, Pennsylvania, USA
Height1.83 m, 1.91 m
Weight91 kg, 94 kg
ProfessionFormer professional baseball player
EducationCheltenham High School, Arizona State University
SpouseJennie Campos
ChildrenKimberly Jackson
ParentsMartinez Jackson, Clara Jackson, Sharon Jackson, Saul Jackson
SiblingsTravis Jackson, Trez Jackson
AwardsMost Valuable Player (MVP) Award (1973), Babe Ruth Award (1977), World Series MVP Awards, Silver Slugger Award (1980, 1982), Baseball Hall of Fame (1993)
MoviesThe Bronx is Burning (1977)
1On former Baltimore Orioles' manager Earl Weaver, who he played for in 1976 - "Earl Weaver smokes too much and drinks too much. He has a voice that sounds like broken glass. He has a ferocious temper, especially with umpires, and doesn't know when to keep his mouth shut. He has never been accused of being a diplomat and has never set out to win any popularity contests with his players. He is also one of the few baseball geniuses I have ever met."
2After Jackie Robinson the most important black in baseball history is Reggie Jackson, I really mean that.
3The only reason I don't like playing in the World Series is I can't watch myself play.
4The will to win is worthless if you don't get paid for it.
5I didn't come to New York to be a star. I brought my star with me.
6On hitting slumps: "So many ideas come to you and you want to try them all but you can't. You're like a mosquito in a nudist camp. You don't know where to start."
7On New York City: "It's a fickle town, a tough town. They getcha, boy. They don't let you escape with minor scratches and bruises. They put scars on you here."
8On playing in Japan: "Guys who play there say it gets awfully lonely - hell, for the money they're talking, I can buy some friends and take them with me."
9For a certain amount of money, you'll eat Alpo.
10Every hitter likes fastballs just like everybody likes ice cream. But you don't like it when someone's stuffing it into you by the gallon. That's how you feel when [Nolan] Ryan's throwing balls by you.
11Fans don't boo nobodies.
12Sometimes I underestimate the magnitude of me.
13If I were to play in New York, they'd name a candy bar after me.
14Lee May's about the same age as me, he's got about the same stats. So how come he's making about one-eighty, two hundred thousand, and I'm the best damn paid player in the game? I'll tell you why: Because I put the meat in the seats!
15"All the fans in those sections are black, under 10 and don't read the papers." -- After being asked why one section of Yankee Stadium didn't boo him.
16"You can play football and be the next Jim Brown or play baseball and be the next Reggie Jackson." -- To a young Bo Jackson, who was deciding whether to play pro football or baseball.
17I represent both the underdog and the overdog in our society.
18I'm the straw that stirs the drink.
1Inducted into the International Mustache Hall of Fame in 2015 (inaugural class) in the category Sports.
2Was the last active Major Leaguer to have played for the Kansas City Athletics.
3Son of a Puerto Rican father and African-American mother.
4Made major league debut on 9 June 1967.
5Favorite movie is Tombstone (1993).
6Tore a hamstring in his leg scoring the winning run in the 1972 American League playoffs, causing him to miss his first career World Series.
7Nearly came to blows with Yankee manager Billy Martin in the dugout during a nationally televised game against the Boston Red Sox in 1977. Martin removed Jackson from the game for not hustling after a fly ball.
8Was the American League MVP in 1973. Finished in top 10 in voting for same award in 1969, 1974-1975, 1977, 1980 and 1982.
98th All Time on MLB Home Run List.
10Jersey number 44 retired by the Yankees.
11Attended Arizona State University on a college football scholarship for one season and played for legendary coach Frank Kush. Joined the baseball team as a walk-on and impressed scouts so much that he later left ASU to sign a minor-league contract with the Kansas City A's.
12Yankees teammate Graig Nettles once said, "The best part about being a Yankee? Getting to watch Reggie Jackson play. The worst part about being a Yankee? Having to watch Reggie Jackson play." When the Yankees won the American League pennant in 1981, Jackson and Nettles came to blows during the victory party.
13Struck out 2,597 times in his career, a major-league baseball record.
14Played both football and baseball at Arizona State University.
15Only non-pitcher to win World Series most valuable player honors twice (in 1973 with the Oakland A's and in 1977 with the New York Yankees).
16On October 18, 1977, Jackson hit 3 homers on 3 consecutive swings off 3 different Los Angeles pitchers in the sixth and deciding game of the World Series. He became the first player to hit 5 homers in one World Series while joining Babe Ruth as the only men to hit three in one Series contest.
17His 1984 autobiography, "Reggie" (written with Mike Lupica), made the New York Times' best-seller list. Jackson later told an interviewer that "it could have been another Michener."
18Had a candy bar, the Reggie Bar, named after him while playing with the Yankees. At the Yankees' 1978 home opener, Reggie bars were given away as a promotion. When Reggie hit a home run in his first at bat of the game, fans proceeded to throw throw their Reggie bars onto the field. The game was delayed while the grounds-crew cleaned up the field. The Yankees were threatened with having to forfeit the game.
19Hit a home run off the base of a light tower in Detroit's Tiger Stadium in the 1971 All Star Game. Hit another home run completely out of Tiger Stadium several years later.
20Speaks Spanish fluently.
21Hit a career-high 47 home runs in 1969; was on a pace to hit 60 going into August, but hit only 7 over the last two months of the season.
22Was signed by the Athletics after being passed over by the New York Mets in the amateur draft. According to his 1984 autobiography, "Reggie", the Mets passed him over because of his interracial dating relationship with Juanita Campos, who was Hispanic.
23Inducted into the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame in 1993 after 21 seasons of playing baseball.
24Played for Oakland, Baltimore, New York (Yankees), California.
25Once hit three home runs in a row during game 6 of the 1977 World Series.
26Hit 563 home runs.


The Game 3652006TV Series
Ri¢hie Ri¢h1994Baseball Coach
MacGyver1990TV SeriesReggie Jackson
The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!1988Angel Right Fielder
Diff'rent Strokes1979TV SeriesLarry
The Love Boat1979TV SeriesReggie Jackson


Henry & Me2014Himself (voice)
Charlie Rose2011-2013TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Mike & Mike2010-2013TV SeriesHimself - Baseball Hall of Famer / Himself - Guest
Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel2013TV SeriesHimself - Former Baseball Player (segment "Mr. October")
Piers Morgan Tonight2013TV SeriesHimself
Studio 42 with Bob Costas2012TV SeriesHimself
Legends: Oakland A's, the Forgotten Dynasty2012DocumentaryHimself
Prime 92009-2011TV SeriesHimself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno1993-2010TV SeriesHimself
Yankeeography2009TV SeriesHimself
2008 MLB All-Star Game2008TV SpecialHimself - Pre-Game Hall of Fame Ceremony / Ceremonial First Pitch
Costas Now2006TV SeriesHimself
The Benchwarmers2006Himself
ESPN 25: Who's #1?2004-2006TV Series documentaryHimself
CMI: The Chris Myers Interview2005TV SeriesHimself
Malcolm in the Middle2004TV SeriesHimself
Rebels of Oakland: The A's, the Raiders, the '70s2003TV Movie documentaryHimself - Outfielder, Oakland A's 1968-1975
100 Years of the World Series2003Video documentaryHimself
ESPN SportsCentury2000-2003TV Series documentaryHimself
60 Minutes2001TV Series documentaryHimself - Former Baseball Player (segment "Darryl Strawberry")
Howard Stern2001TV SeriesHimself
The Howard Stern Radio Show2001TV SeriesHimself
Suddenly Susan1999TV SeriesHimself
Summer of Sam1999Himself
Jeopardy!1998TV SeriesHimself - Celebrity Contestant
Bad Day on the Block1997Himself
The Greatest League Championship Series1994VideoHimself
Baseball's Greatest Pennant Races1994VideoHimself
Late Night with David Letterman1987-1993TV SeriesHimself
Blossom1991TV SeriesHimself
Greatest Sports Legends1977-1990TV SeriesHimself - Host / Himself / Host
Mr. Belvedere1989TV SeriesHimself
1988 American League Championship Series1988TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Color Commentator
A's All Star Almanac1987Video shortHimself
1986 American League Championship Series1986TV Mini-SeriesHimself - California Angels Designated Hitter
1985 World Series1985TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Field Reporter / Pregame Analyst
Bob Hope Buys NBC?1985TV SpecialHimself
The Jeffersons1985TV SeriesHimself
1984 National League Championship Series1984TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Color Commentator
1984 MLB All-Star Game1984TV SpecialHimself - AL Right Fielder
1983 World Series1983TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Field Reporter / Pregame Analyst / Trophy Presentation
1982 American League Championship Series1982TV SeriesHimself - California Angels Right Fielder
1982 MLB All-Star Game1982TV SpecialHimself - AL Right Fielder
Archie Bunker's Place1982TV SeriesHimself
1981 World Series1981TV Mini-SeriesHimself - New York Yankees Right Fielder
1981 American League Championship Series1981TV SeriesHimself - New York Yankees Right Fielder
1981 MLB All-Star Game1981TV SpecialHimself - Right Fielder
Reggie Jackson's Wide World of Sports1981TV SeriesHimself
1980 American League Championship Series1980TV SeriesHimself - New York Yankees Right Fielder
1980 MLB All-Star Game1980TV SpecialHimself - AL Right Fielder
1979 MLB All-Star Game1979TV SpecialHimself - AL Outfielder
Kids Are People, Too1979TV SeriesHimself
The Mike Douglas Show1971-1979TV SeriesHimself - Co-Host / Himself - Pro Baseball Player / Himself - Baseball Player / ...
The 1st Annual Black Achievement Awards1978TV SpecialHimself
1978 World Series Home Video: NY Yankees vs. LA Dodgers1978VideoHimself
1978 American League Championship Series1978TV SeriesHimself - New York Yankees Designated Hitter / Himself - New York Yankees Right Fielder
The Barbara Walters Summer Special1978TV SeriesHimself
Good Morning America1978TV SeriesHimself
Szysznyk1977TV SeriesHimself
1977 World Series1977TV Mini-SeriesHimself - New York Yankees Right Fielder
1977 American League Championship Series1977TV Mini-SeriesHimself - New York Yankees Right Fielder / Himself - New York Yankees Pinch Hitter
1977 MLB All-Star Game1977TV SpecialHimself - AL Right Fielder
1976 American League Championship Series1976TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Color Commentator
Super Bowl1976TV Movie documentaryHimself
1975 American League Championship Series1975TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Oakland Athletics Right Fielder
1975 MLB All-Star Game1975TV SpecialHimself - AL Right Fielder
1974 World Series1974TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Oakland Athletics Right Fielder
1974 American League Championship Series1974TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Oakland Athletics Designated Hitter / Himself - Oakland Athletics Right Fielder
1974 MLB All-Star Game1974TV SpecialHimself - AL Right Fielder
The Annual National Sports Awards1974TV SpecialHimself - Winner
1973 World Series1973TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Oakland Athletics Center Fielder / Right Fielder / Himself - Oakland Athletics Right Fielder / ...
1973 American League Championship Series1973TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Oakland Athletics Right Fielder
1973 MLB All-Star Game1973TV SpecialHimself - AL Right Fielder
1972 American League Championship Series1972TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Oakland Athletics Center Fielder
1972 MLB All-Star Game1972TV SpecialHimself - AL Right Fielder
1971 American League Championship Series1971TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Oakland Athletics Right Fielder
1971 MLB All-Star Game1971TV SpecialHimself - AL Outfielder
The Joey Bishop Show1969TV SeriesHimself
1969 MLB All-Star Game1969TV SpecialHimself - AL Center Fielder

Archive Footage

Sinatra: All or Nothing at All2015TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
Prime 92010-2011TV SeriesHimself
30 for 302010TV Series documentaryHimself
Rome Is Burning2009TV SeriesHimself
The Bronx Is Burning2007TV Mini-SeriesHimself
MythBusters2007TV Series documentaryAngels Rightfielder
DHL Presents Major League Baseball Hometown Heroes2006TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
ESPN Outside the Lines Nightly2006TV SeriesHimself - Baseball Player
The Top 5 Reasons You Can't Blame...2006TV SeriesHimself
Reverse of the Curse of the Bambino2004TV Movie documentaryHimself
2004 World Series2004TV Mini-SeriesHimself
Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History2001Video documentaryHimself
Ali-Frazier I: One Nation... Divisible2000TV Movie documentaryHimself (uncredited)
The 50 Greatest Home Runs in Baseball History1992Video documentaryHimself
Diff'rent Strokes1980TV SeriesLarry
It Don't Come Easy: The 1978 NY Yankees1978Video documentaryHimself

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