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Among the various interesting notations on this historic ball is the number "3," circled at the top of this picture.

 

Covering the ball are all of the records broken that night -- in Jackson's own hand -- along with the box scores for each game.
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Reggie Jackson Becomes "Mr. October"

In Game 6 of the 1977 World Series, Reggie Jackson made history when he hit three home runs off of three pitches from three separate pitchers. This ball is the third home run ball that Jackson hit that night. After he hit this home run, people started calling Jackson "Mr. October."

Jackson's letter to me about the home run.




A ticket to that game



A wrapper for the "Reggie Bar," a candy bar put out in 1978 by Standard Brands.