27 reasons why nobody will ever top Michael Jordan

[post_page_title]February 7, 1994[/post_page_title]
Jordan would come back within a few months, but not in the uniform you would expect. On February 7, 1994, Michael Jordan began his career as a baseball player, signing with the Chicago White Sox, a dream his father inspired. He began playing for the White Sox affiliate in AA in the Southern League. He appeared in 127 games hitting .202/.289/.266 with 88 hits, 46 runs and 51 RBIs. But he’d never make the majors.
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