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SLP2000062104 - 21 JUNE 2000 - ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, USA: San Francisco Giants' Doug Mirabelli gets a handshake from third base coach Sonny Jackson after hitting a solo home run during a game with the St. Louis Cardinals in the eighth inning, June 21. jr/bg/Bill Greenblatt UPI
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Roland Thomas "Sonny" Jackson (born July 9, 1944 in Washington, D.C.) was a shortstop and outfielder for the Houston Colt .45's/Houston Astros (1963–67) and Atlanta Braves (1968–74).

Jackson led the National League in singles (160) and sacrifice hits (27) in 1966. He helped the Braves win the NL Western Division in 1969.

In 12 seasons he played in 936 games and had 3,055 at bats, 396 runs, 767 hits, 81 doubles, 28 triples, 7 home runs, 162 RBI, 126 stolen bases, 250 walks, .251 batting average, .308 on-base percentage, .303 slugging percentage, 925 total bases, 57 sacrifice hits, 17 sacrifice flies and 11 intentional walks.

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