Thomas Sheehan

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Tom Sheehan American baseball player and coach

Thomas Clancy Sheehan was an American pitcher, scout, coach and manager in Major League Baseball.

Tom Sheehan (politician) Australian politician

Thomas Sheehan was an Australian politician. Born in Sydney, he attended Catholic schools before becoming an engine-driver and official of the Australian Federated Union of Locomotive Enginemen. He was involved in local politics as a member of Newtown City Council. In 1937, he was elected to the Australian House of Representatives as the Labor member for Cook. In 1940, when the New South Wales Caucus of the Labor Party split, Sheehan joined the Australian Labor Party (Non-Communist) under the leadership of Jack Lang. However, in 1941 John Curtin reunited the party, and Sheehan and the other Lang Labor members rejoined the federal ALP. He held the seat for the rest of his life. Thomas married Annie O'Mara and had four children, Stanley, Thomas, May and Kenneth.

Tommy Sheehan American baseball player

Thomas Patrick Sheehan was an American professional baseball third baseman. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) in 1900 and from 1906 through 1908 for the New York Giants, Pittsburgh Pirates, and Brooklyn Superbas.

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