Michael Jordan’s baseball foray: The inside story, 25 years later

Michael Jordan, who had turned 31 in February 1994, entered White Sox spring training with fanfare befitting a royal family member, despite not having played baseball since high school. Bo Jackson and Deion Sanders had already mastered two professional sports — baseball and football — in the same era as Jordan’s basketball dominance. (New York Post)

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