STATISTICS & HISTORY
Fred Jacobs was a three sport star at Woodward High School in Toledo, Ohio. In the early 1930s, Jacobs played both semi-pro basketball and football. Jacobs also made some appearances on the major league level with Toledo-based teams. During the 1932-33 season, Jacobs was a starter for the Toledo Crimson Coaches who made it all the way to the National Professional Basketball League championship finals. Jacobs’ brother Amos, under the stage name Danny Thomas, was a famed comedian, whose career spanned five decades.
|Freddie Jacobs||Born: Sep 14, 1907||Died: May 8, 1978||Hometown:||Toledo, Oh|
|REGULAR SEASON RECORD|
|1928-29||Toledo Red Men||Indep|
|1931-32||Toledo Pip Koehler Champs||Indep|
|Major League Totals||24||25||14||64||2.7|
|Major League Totals||5||3||0||6||1.2|