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REGGIEVISION
Herm Weiskopf
May 30, 1983
California's Reggie Jackson may be hitting' .207 these days, but his ego is still 1.000. In Boston recently he got into an argument with Red Sox Catcher Jeff Newman and Pitcher Bruce Hurst over some ball and strike calls. "Jeff Newman ought to be paying three dollars just to watch me hit," said Jackson later. Of Hurst, Jackson said, "He should be glad he'll be able to tell his grandchildren he once pitched to Reggie Jackson."
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May 30, 1983

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California's Reggie Jackson may be hitting' .207 these days, but his ego is still 1.000. In Boston recently he got into an argument with Red Sox Catcher Jeff Newman and Pitcher Bruce Hurst over some ball and strike calls. "Jeff Newman ought to be paying three dollars just to watch me hit," said Jackson later. Of Hurst, Jackson said, "He should be glad he'll be able to tell his grandchildren he once pitched to Reggie Jackson."

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