Tom Connelly

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Tom Connelly
Born:(1897-10-20)October 20, 1897
Chicago, Illinois
Died: February 18, 1941(1941-02-18) (aged 43)
Hines, Illinois
Batted: Left
Threw: Right
MLB debut
September 24,  1920, for the  New York Yankees
Last MLB appearance
July 21,  1921, for the New York Yankees
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