It was on March 4, 1994, that Michael Jordan took his first at-bat in a Spring Training game for the White Sox. Wearing No. 45, Jordan was down in the count 1-2 to Rangers pitcher Darren Oliver. On the fourth pitch, Jordan tapped the ball back to Oliver, who tagged him and became the answer to trivia question.

Jordan spent the 1994 season with Double-A Birmingham Barons, then returned to the NBA late in the 1995 season. Here's a look back Jordan from the spring of 1994.


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