No Michael Jordan did not play major league baseball, he played for the White Sox minor league
Micheal Jordan Played Right Field.
Pro basketball and minor league baseball..golf for fun!
In 1994, Michel Jordan played for the Birmingham Barons, a Class AA affiliate of the Chicago White Sox.
Michael Jordan signed a minor league contract with the Chicago White Sox, reported to spring training, and was assigned to the Chicago White Sox farm team in the minors, the Birmingham Barons.
When he temporarily retired from basketball following the murder of his father, Michael Jordan played minor league baseball. In 1994, Jordan played for the Birmingham Barons, a Double-A minor league affiliate of the Chicago White Sox, batting .202 with three home runs, 51 runs batted in, 30 stolen bases, and 11 errors. He also appeared for the Scottsdale Scorpions in the 1994 Arizona Fall League, batting .252 against the top prospects in baseball.
Michael Jordan's father was murdered when Jordan was about 31 years old. His father had long dreams of his son becoming a major league baseball player. Attempting to purse his father's wishes, Jordan sign to the minor leagues with the Chicago White Sox, that was owned by the Bulls owner as well at the time. Later Jordan played on two other minor teams before returning to basketball; his true passion.
The most noticeable to do so is Jim Thorpe. Michael Jordan played in the minor leagues in baseball, never officially making it to the big leagues.
Michael Jordan never played for the Red Sox. He was in the Chicago White Sox minor league system.
Michael Jordan, basketball and minor league baseball. Michael Jordan's golf career was fictional in the movie Space Jam, however, he does play in celebrity charity tournaments every so often. Also Bo Jackson. He Played Pro Football and Pro Baseball.
After winning three NBA championships with the Chicago Bulls, Michael Jordan surprised many people by retiring from basketball. He had always loved baseball as a youth. Fortunately, the owner of the Bulls also owned the Chicago White Sox MLB team. As a favor to Jordan, this owner brought Jordan into his baseball franchise. Jordan played on one of the White Sox's minor league teams. He did not do well enough to ever play in the major leagues, so he retired from baseball and rejoined the Chicago Bulls. His time in baseball was rather short.
No. He also played in the minor leagues in baseball.
Because after he cam eback from his first retirement (he retired to play minor league baseball), his number 23 jersey was retired so he had to switch for a brief period of time.
Minor league baseball was created in 1901.
Click on the 'Minor League Baseball Statistics' link on this page to go to the minor league's website.
Michael Jordan played minor league baseball at the end of his career. He had a brief professional baseball career for the Birmingham Barons, a Chicago White Sox farm team, batting .202 with 3 HR, 51 RBI, 30 SB, and 11 errors. He also appeared for the Scottsdale Scorpions in the 1994 Arizona Fall League.
23Michael Jordan wore #23 for most of his NBA career. He wore #45hen playing Minor League Baseball. When he returned to the NBA, he briefly wore #45 as his#23ad been retired. He returned to his #23 month later.
he didnt btu he later became owner of charlotte bobcats
There are 19 minor league divisions in baseball
1994 Jordan signed a minor league baseball contract with the Chicago White Sox. He reported to spring training and was assigned to the team's minor league system on March 31, 1994. Jordan has stated this decision was made to pursue the dream of his late father, who had always envisioned his son as a major league baseball player. The White Sox were another team owned by Bulls owner Jerry Reinsdorf, who continued to honor Jordan's basketball contract during the years he played baseball. He had an unspectacular professional baseball career for the Birmingham Barons, a Chicago White Sox farm team, batting .202 with 3 HR, 51 RBI, 30 SB, and 11 errors. He also appeared for the Scottsdale Scorpions in the 1994 Arizona Fall League. he whent to big mamas house
minor league baseball is one level lower than major league baseball but they still pay good if you ever make it
Major League Baseball's minor league fields have the same dimensions as all major league parks.