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Yankees fans will never forget the sixth game of the 1977 World Series when "Mr. October" Reggie Jackson stroked three homeruns on three first pitches to beat the Dodgers. But, of course, that glorious night was just one day in the life of a man who seemed to magnetize both idolatry and controversy. In this autobiography, Reggie reflects on his complicated family life; early sports injuries; and baseball career with the Oakland As, Baltimore Orioles, California Angels, and the Yankees. A humanizing self-portrait of a media magnet.