SURPRISE, Ariz. -- Bo Jackson, one of the most popular players to ever don a Royals uniform, will be in camp as a guest instructor beginning Sunday, the club announced.
Jackson is expected to remain in camp through March 11.
The former two-sport athlete played eight seasons in the Major Leagues from 1986-91 and '93-94, including five seasons in Kansas City from '86-90.
Jackson was an American League All-Star in 1989 and is famously remembered for his leadoff home run off Rick Reuschel. Jackson hit 32 home runs that season, a career high, along with 105 RBIs.