'Shoeless Joe' Jackson

Aug 18, 2005; Chicago, IL, USA; (File Photo: Date Unknown) Pictured: Joe Jackson when he played for the Cleveland Indians. 'Shoeless'Joe Jackson and seven of his Chicago White Sox teammates were implicated in fixing the 1919 World Series and letting the Cincinnati Reds win. Jackson had a .375 in the series, 12 hits, no errors and hit the lone home run for the White Sox. The eight players were banned from baseball for life by Commissioner Kennesaw Mountain Landis. 'Shoeless Joe' died on 12/5/1951 just 10 days before he was scheduled to appear on Ed Sullivan's "Talk of the Town: in an effort to clear his name. (Photo by Sporting News via Getty Images/Sporting News via Getty Images via Getty Images)
Aug 18, 2005; Chicago, IL, USA; (File Photo: Date Unknown) Pictured: Joe Jackson when he played for the Cleveland Indians. 'Shoeless'Joe Jackson and seven of his Chicago White Sox teammates were implicated in fixing the 1919 World Series and letting the Cincinnati Reds win. Jackson had a .375 in the series, 12 hits, no errors and hit the lone home run for the White Sox. The eight players were banned from baseball for life by Commissioner Kennesaw Mountain Landis. 'Shoeless Joe' died on 12/5/1951 just 10 days before he was scheduled to appear on Ed Sullivan's "Talk of the Town: in an effort to clear his name. (Photo by Sporting News via Getty Images/Sporting News via Getty Images via Getty Images)
'Shoeless Joe' Jackson
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