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January 19, 1934 > Commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis turns down "Shoeless" Joe Jackson's bid for reinstatement. Jackson, the most prominent name among the eight Chicago White Sox players banned for throwing the 1919 World Series, will never see his lifetime banishment overturned.