Thomas James Delahanty
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 8", Weight 175 lb.
- Debut September 29, 1894
- Final Game June 29, 1897
- Born March 9, 1872 in Cleveland, OH USA
- Died January 10, 1951 in Sanford, FL USA
"Tom Delahanty, of Worcester, is rapidly closing in on the leaders of the batting list of the Eastern League." - Sporting Life of September 15, 1900
"Tom Delahanty, captain of the Denvers, broke a finger, had a nail torn off, and was spiked in the foot, without being compelled to leave the game." - from Sporting Life of September 26, 1903
In his last year in the majors, 1897, he played one game for the Louisville Colonels at second base. A month later, another young second baseman, Honus Wagner, made his debut with the Colonels, appearing in 9 games at second that season. Delahanty was two years older than Wagner.
In the minors, he played from 1894-1906, finishing up at Williamsport, and managed at Denver in 1903. He hit .350 for Denver in 1902.
Tom ran a fishing camp in Florida for the twenty years before his death at the age of 79.