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Tom Daly (catcher) Canadian baseball player

Thomas Daniel Daly was a Canadian Major League Baseball player and coach. He was a catcher for the Chicago White Sox (1913–15), Cleveland Indians (1916) and Chicago Cubs (1918–21), helping the Cubs win the 1918 National League pennant.

Tom Daly (infielder) American baseball player

Thomas Peter Daly was a catcher and second baseman who played in the Major Leagues from 1887 to 1903. He played for the Chicago Cubs, Washington Nationals, Brooklyn Dodgers, Chicago White Sox and Cincinnati Reds.

Tom Daly (filmmaker) Canadian film producer, film editor and film director

Thomas Cullen Daly, OC was a Canadian film producer, film editor and film director, who was the head of Studio B at the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) in the 1950s and 1960s. On April 27, 2000, he was honored by being made an Officer in the OC. During his 44-year career at the NFB, Daly produced and executive-produced more than 300 films.

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