Joe Jackson Net Worth

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Joe Jackson Net Worth is
$3 Million

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Joe Jackson was created on July 16, 1889 in Pickens Region, SC, USA as Joseph Jefferson Jackson. He was wedded to Katherine Wynn. He passed away on Dec 5, 1951 in Greenville, SC.

1Shoeless Joe
1Babe Ruth said that he modeled his hitting technique after Jackson's.
2Operated a dry cleaning business, a barbecue restaurant and a liquor store after his Baseball career ended. One of the better known stories of Jackson's post-major league life took place at his liquor store. Ty Cobb and sportswriter Grantland Rice entered the store, with Jackson showing no sign of recognition towards Cobb. After making his purchase, the incredulous Cobb finally asked Jackson, "Don't you know me, Joe?" Jackson replied, "Sure, I know you, Ty, but I wasn't sure you wanted to know me. A lot of them don't.
3Has the third-highest career batting average in major league history.
4Was banned for life from Major League baseball after his alleged participation in the World Series scandal of 1920 was uncovered. To this day, people dispute if he was guilty of the charges.
5In restaurants, rather than ask someone to read the menu to him, he would wait until his teammates ordered and then order one of the items that he heard.
6Was illiterate and often had his wife sign his signature. Consequently, anything actually autographed by Jackson himself brings a premium when sold, including one autograph which was sold for $23,500 in 1990.
7Earned his nickname after he had to take off a new pair of shoes that had given him some very painful blisters in the middle of a game.
8Never attended school due to his family's poor financial state.
9Worked in a mill at the age of seven and often took on twelve hour shifts to support his family.
10Member of 1917 World Series Champion Chicago White Sox team. Member of 1919 American League Champion Chicago White Sox team.
11Notable career statistics: .356 Batting Average (3rd All Time), .423 On-base percentage (18th All Time), .517 Slugging Percentage (62nd All Time) and 168 Triples (26th All Time).
12Finished in top 10 in voting for American League MVP from 1911-1914.
13Chicago White Sox All-Time Batting Average Leader (.340).
14Cleveland Indians All-Time Batting Average Leader (.375).
15Cleveland Indians All-Time On-Base Percentage Leader (.434).
16Outfielder for Philadelphia Athletics (1908-1909), Cleveland Indians (1910-1915) and Chicago White Sox (1915-1920).

Archive Footage

Strange Inheritance2015TV SeriesHimself
The Top 5 Reasons You Can't Blame...2005TV SeriesHimself
100 Years of the World Series2003Video documentaryHimself (as Shoeless Joe Jackson)
In Search of History: World Series Fix! The Black Sox Scandal2000TV Movie documentaryHimself
Idols of the Game1995TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself (segment "Love and Money") (as 'Shoeless Joe' Jackson)
Baseball1994TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself


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