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Edwin Jackson makes MLB history by playing for 14th team

Edwin Jackson became the first player in major league history to play for 14 teams when he made his Toronto Blue Jays debut. The 35-year-old right-hander allowed three runs – two earned – and six hits in five innings against San Francisco. He struck out two, walked one, hit a batter and left with the 3-3 after throwing 77 pitches.

Blue Jays acquire Edwin Jackson, who would set record of 14 teams

Edwin Jackson was acquired by Toronto from Oakland for cash and would set a record by pitching for 14 major league teams when he makes his Blue Jays debut. A 35-year-old right-hander, Jackson would be appearing in his 17th big league season. He signed a minor league contract with Oakland last month and was 1-0 with a 6.75 ERA in three games, two at Triple-A and one at Class A. He is expected to report to the Blue Jays.

Edwin Jackson agrees to deal with Oakland A’s, his 13th team

Edwin Jackson has agreed to a minor league deal with the Oakland Athletics, which last year became the record-matching 13th big league team for the veteran right-hander. A’s manager Bob Melvin says the 35-year-old Jackson will be going to the club’s spring training facility in Arizona before pitching in some games for Triple-A Las Vegas.

Police: Suspect in Colts player’s crash death deported twice

A man being held in a suspected drunken-driving crash that killed Indianapolis Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson and his Uber driver has been twice deported from the U.S. – a revelation an Indiana congressman said Monday should anger “all Americans.”

Colts: Linebacker Edwin Jackson among 2 killed on highway

Indianapolis Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson was one of two men killed early Sunday when a suspected drunken driver struck them as they stood outside their car along a highway in Indianapolis, the team and police said.