Reggie Jackson

October 18, 1977: Reggie Jackson hits three home runs on three consecutive pitches to help the Yankees win the World Series against the Dodgers.

In the Yankees' 8-4 series-clinching victory in Game 6, Jackson connects against Burt Hooten in the fourth inning, Elias Sosa in the fifth and Charlie Hough in the eighth.

This was Jackson's first championship with the Yankees. He had helped Oakland win three consecutive World Series.

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