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Jack Aker

+ Played in Major Leagues 1964-1974
Biography Data
Positions: P-478
Proper Name: Jackie Delane Aker
Born: July 13, 1940 (75.137)
Place Tulare, California
Height/Weight: 6-2 / 190 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: Mount Whitney (Visalia,CA)
College: College of the Sequoias
Drafted: 1960 -- Signed as free agent by Kansas City Athletics
MLB Debut:May 3,1964 (23.294)
TBC Player ID:8081
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Career Activity
Organizations:KC1, OAK, NYA, SE1, CHN, NYN, ATL
Relationship(s):Father of Adam Charnin-Aker

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  • Pre-2012 Transactions
    Tranx DateDescription
    Released by Mets.
    Purchased by Mets from Braves.
    Released by Cubs.
    Signed as Free Agent by Braves.
    Traded by Yankees to Cubs for Johnny Callison.
    Traded by Pilots to Yankees for Fred Talbot.
    Selected by Pilots from Athletics in expansion draft (Pick #24).
    Signed as undrafted amateur Free Agent by Athletics.
    Draft Instances
    Signed as undrafted free agent by the Kansas City Athletics in 1960.

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