Albert Earl "Jerry" Akers (November 1, 1887 – May 15, 1979) was a professional baseball player whose career spanned seven season, including a part of one in Major League Baseball with the Washington Senators (1912). Akers was a pitcher. During his time in the majors, Akers compiled a record of 1–1 with a 4.87 earned run average (ERA) and 11 strikeouts in five games, one start. Akers also played in the minor leagues with the Class-D Jacksonville Jacks/Lunatics/Braves (1906–1907, 1909), the Class-D Kearney Kapitalists (1910), the Class-B Dubuque Dubs (1910), the Class-D Canton Highlanders (1912), the Double-A Montreal Royals (1912), the Double-A Rochester Hustlers (1912) and the Class-B Peoria Distillers (1914). Although statistics for Akers in the minor leagues are incomplete, what is recorded is a record of 70–73 in 166 games. Akers batted and threw right-handed.