Theodore A. Kennedy
- Bats Left, Throws Unknown
- Debut June 12, 1885
- Final Game September 23, 1886
- Born February 7, 1865 in Henry, IL USA
- Died October 31, 1907 in St. Louis, MO USA
Ted Kennedy pitched a couple of years in the major leagues, but became more famous as an inventor and manufacturer. He invented an early type of glove, and a tutorial survives where he instructs the reader on how to throw the curveball. He eventually sold out to Al Spalding's company.
He died after being shocked while experimenting with a burglar alarm.
See Ted Kennedy.
He would presumably be on the bearing-a-famous-name team, along with George Washington, another player bearing the name of a politician.