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Ace Parker Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

ACE PARKER
Born: May 17, 1912 in Portsmouth, Virginia
Died: November 06, 2013 in Portsmouth, Virginia
Biography

High School: Woodrow Wilson (Portsmouth, Va.)
Elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame: January 15, 1972
Enshrined into Pro Football Hall of Fame: July 29, 1972
Pro Career: 7 seasons, 68 games
Drafted: 2nd round (13th overall) in 1937 by Brooklyn Dodgers
Uniform Number: 7 (31, 88)

Class of 1972
Quarterback 5-10, 178
(Duke)
1937-1941 Brooklyn Dodgers, 1945 Boston Yanks, 1946 New York Yankees (AAFC)

Clarence McKay Parker 
All-American tailback at Duke 
Dodgers' second-round pick in 1937, but signed Philadelphia Athletics baseball contract, expecting to play pro football briefly 
All-NFL, 1938-1940 
NFL's Most Valuable Player, 1940 
Triple-threat, two-way back who paced Dodgers to their greatest seasons in 1940, 1941 
Spearheaded Yankees to AAFC Eastern title in 1946 

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