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  1. Dave Parker - Wikipedia

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    David Gene Parker (born June 9, 1951), nicknamed " The Cobra, " is an American former professional baseball player. He played in Major League Baseball as a right fielder from 1973 to 1991. A seven-time All-Star player, Parker won two National League batting titles and was the 1978 National League Most Valuable Player.

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  2. Dave Parker Stats | Baseball-Reference.com

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    > Dave Parker Statistics and History. Full Site Menu. Return to Top; MLB Players. Current Greats: Clayton Kershaw, Mike Trout, Mookie Betts, Jacob deGrom, Miguel ...

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  3. Dave Parker Stats, Fantasy & News | MLB.com

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    Dave Parker Stats, Fantasy & News. Year TB Rank; 1990: 275: 9th in AL: 1989: 239: 22nd in AL: 1987: 255: 23rd in NL: 1986: 304: 1st in NL

  4. Dave Parker Baseball Stats by Baseball Almanac

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    Dave Parker was born on Saturday, June 9, 1951, in Calhoun, Mississippi. Parker was 22 years old when he broke into the big leagues on July 12, 1973, with the Pittsburgh Pirates.

  5. Jan 04, 2012 · David Gene Parker was a big man with a big personality. (“There’s only one thing bigger than me, and that’s my ego,” Parker told Sports Illustrated in 1979. 1) He grew to be 6-feet-5 and was listed in his younger days at 225 pounds, although he was considerably heavier in the early 1980s.

  6. Dave Parker39 Foundation - HOME

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    Dave Parker39 Foundation - HOME The Corona Pandemic has made it impossible to hold our 2020 Educational events as planned. However, the Virtual 2020 Sunflower Symposium has terrific content and is available to Care Givers and Parkinson Patients 24/7. We encourage you to use it as a resource and make sure and keep exercising!

  7. Dave Parker's Hall of Fame case - MLB.com

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    Dave Parker has another chance at the Hall of Fame. The Pirates and Reds great is one of the 10 candidates on the Modern Baseball Era ballot for 2020. Parker was on the Modern Baseball Era ballot -- which considers Hall of Fame candidates whose primary contributions to baseball were between 1970-87 -- once before, in 2017.

  8. The Hall of Fame Case for Dave Parker - MLB | NBC Sports

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    Dec 03, 2019 · Dave Parker was the 1978 National League MVP, a two-time batting champion and a seven-time All-Star who, for a couple of years there in the late 1970s, was considered the best player in the game.

  9. Dave Parker lives with Parkinson’s disease as another Hall of ...

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    Jan 26, 2018 · Outfielder Dave Parker #39 of the Pittsburgh Pirates crashes into catcher Steve Yeager of the Los Angeles Dodgers in a collision at home plate during a game at Three Rivers Stadium circa 1979 in...

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