Jack­son apolo­gies to fans for out­burst

Cape Breton Post - - SPORTS -

COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — New York Yan­kees great Reg­gie Jack­son says he’s sorry for us­ing pro­fan­ity in public af­ter a con­fronta­tion with an au­to­graph­seek­ing fan in Cooperstown. Jack­son took to Twit­ter to ex­press his re­gret on Sun­day, say­ing “mad or not” there was no ex­cuse for his lan­guage. The New York Daily News re­ports Jack­son got an­gry with an au­to­graph-seeker at a res­tau­rant Fri­day night, say­ing the man had tried to get mul­ti­ple au­to­graphs in the same day. Cooperstown po­lice say no charges have been filed. The As­so­ci­ated Press could not im­me­di­ately reach Jack­son for com­ment. The an­nual in­duc­tions into the Base­ball Hall of Fame are tak­ing place in Cooperstown on Sun­day. The event brings out a slew of base­ball greats.


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