Tom Daly (catcher)
Born: December 12, 1891|
Saint John, New Brunswick
Died: November 7, 1946 (aged 54)|
|Batted: Right||Threw: Right|
|September 23, 1913 for the Chicago White Sox|
|Last MLB appearance|
|September 27, 1921 for the Chicago Cubs|
|Runs batted in||55|
Thomas Daniel Daly (December 12, 1891 – November 7, 1946) 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.
Born in Saint John, New Brunswick, Daly played eight seasons in the major leagues, appearing in 244 games, and had 540 at-bats, 49 runs, 129 hits, 17 doubles, 3 triples, 55 RBI, 5 stolen bases, 25 walks, a .239 batting average, .274 on-base percentage, a .281 slugging percentage, 152 total bases and 8 sacrifice hits.
After his major league career, he managed the Toronto Maple Leafs of the International League. He was a Boston Red Sox coach for 14 seasons (1933–1946), the longest consecutive-year coaching tenure in Bosox history.
- Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference (Minors)
- Canadian Film Encyclopedia online publication, The Film Reference Library of the Toronto International Film
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