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Victor Rojas' with a new product line of clothing


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I like how he describes the saying on any particular shirt

"Jimmy Jack"

The Design: Like Big Fly, 'Jimmy Jack' is a term that has been used sporadically over the years throughout the game to describe a 3-run home run. Hall of Fame Texas Rangers announcer Eric Nadel has inserted the Jimmy Jack call into his broadcasts on many occasions during his illustrious career and I followed suit when I went on to work with MLB Network and beyond. With our Jimmy Jack graphic, we’ve introduced our ‘guy’ as Jimmy Jack and he appears in a number of different graphics on our site. He’s the clean-up hitter…the guy your looking for to get things done when everything’s on the line. Besides, if it’s good enough for a Hall of Fame manager like Earl Weaver, it’s good enough for us. "The key to winning baseball games is pitching, fundamentals, and three run homers." Now we know how the legend of Jimmy Jack was born…

 

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Just now, Dick Enberg said:

I like how he describes the saying on any particular shirt

"Jimmy Jack"

The Design: Like Big Fly, 'Jimmy Jack' is a term that has been used sporadically over the years throughout the game to describe a 3-run home run. Hall of Fame Texas Rangers announcer Eric Nadel has inserted the Jimmy Jack call into his broadcasts on many occasions during his illustrious career and I followed suit when I went on to work with MLB Network and beyond. With our Jimmy Jack graphic, we’ve introduced our ‘guy’ as Jimmy Jack and he appears in a number of different graphics on our site. He’s the clean-up hitter…the guy your looking for to get things done when everything’s on the line. Besides, if it’s good enough for a Hall of Fame manager like Earl Weaver, it’s good enough for us. "The key to winning baseball games is pitching, fundamentals, and three run homers." Now we know how the legend of Jimmy Jack was born…

 

Yep. The website and the stories presented for each of the merch is very well done. 

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