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All Time Right Fielder


Shoeless Joe Jackson

1908 - 1920

1330 games, 54 home runs, .356 batting average

One of the greatest hitters of his era, Jackson was one of eight players banished for life from professional baseball for his alleged participation in the Black Sox scandal, so he is excluded from baseball's Hall of Fame. Jackson always maintained his innocence about the scandal, insisting that he was playing with his best effort in the 1919 World Series. Supporters point out World Series statistics show that he batted .375 and played well in the field, throwing out five baserunners and handling thirty chances without error. But against his case is the fact that Jackson admitted under oath that he agreed to participate in the fix, and accepted $5,000 as partial payment for his cooperation. He also admitted to complaining to other conspirators that he had not received his full share. .

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Manager Al Lopez
First Baseman Frank Thomas
Second Baseman Nellie Fox
Third Baseman Robin Ventura
Shortstop Luis Aparicio
Left Fielder Minnie Minoso
Center Fielder Fielder Jones
Right Fielder Shoeless Joe Jackson
Catcher Carlton Fisk
RH Pitcher Ted Lyons
LH Pitcher Billy Pierce
Closer Hoyt Wilhelm
Designated Hitter Harold Baines

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