born Harry Cohen
- Bats Left, Throws Left
- Height 6' 0", Weight 165 lb.
- Debut August 8, 1902
- Final Game May 5, 1906
- Born July 27, 1883 in Hamburg, AR USA
- Died September 15, 1932 in Portland, OR USA
Harry Kane appeared in 15 major league games across 4 seasons, all before he was 23. He appeared for the Browns, Tigers and Phillies. He threw 5 no-hitters in the minor leagues.
In 1912 he managed the Marshall Athletics. In 1915 Kane umpired in the Rio Grande Valley League. Kane was later an umpire in the Pacific Coast League. He succumbed to a heart attack. Umpires Forrest Cady, Marty O'Toole, Harry Benton, Eddie Ryan, and "Red" Held were the pallbearers at his funeral, which was also attended by PCL president Hyland Baggerly, in Oakland, CA. (LA Times, 9/20/32)
He is not the same Harry Kane who coached Commerce High School in New York - and Lou Gehrig - to a championship in 1920; that Harry Kane was from Mamaroneck, NY, and played outfield for Fordham University from 1912 to 1915.