Jackie Jensen played 11 seasons in the big leagues, starting for the New York Yankees in 1950.
Jensen was a Yankee through parts of 1950-51-52 with New York before moving on to the Washington Senators in 1952-53, and then to Boston, and famed Fenway Park, where Jensen became one of baseball's best outfielders.
Jensen drove in over 100 runs five times as a member of the BoSox, leading the A.L. in RBI three times, including a 122 RBI performance in his MVP year of 1958.
Jensen was a great all-around athlete, and was the very first person to play in the Rose Bowl Game and the World Series.
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