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Tom J. Morrissey (May, 1860 – September 23, 1941) was an American Major League Baseball player from Janesville, Wisconsin, who played third base for the 1882 Detroit Wolverines of the National League, and the 1884 Milwaukee Brewers of the Union Association. In his 14 game Major League career, he batted 54 times, collected 10 hits for a .185 batting average. In the field, he committed 11 errors for a .711 fielding percentage. His brother John Morrissey also played Major League Baseball. Morrissey died at the age of 81 in his hometown of Janesville, and is interred at Mount Olivet Cemetery.

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  • Tom J. Morrissey (May, 1860 – September 23, 1941) was an American Major League Baseball player from Janesville, Wisconsin, who played third base for the 1882 Detroit Wolverines of the National League, and the 1884 Milwaukee Brewers of the Union Association. In his 14 game Major League career, he batted 54 times, collected 10 hits for a .185 batting average. In the field, he committed 11 errors for a .711 fielding percentage. His brother John Morrissey also played Major League Baseball. Morrissey died at the age of 81 in his hometown of Janesville, and is interred at Mount Olivet Cemetery.
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  • Tom J. Morrissey (May, 1860 – September 23, 1941) was an American Major League Baseball player from Janesville, Wisconsin, who played third base for the 1882 Detroit Wolverines of the National League, and the 1884 Milwaukee Brewers of the Union Association. In his 14 game Major League career, he batted 54 times, collected 10 hits for a .185 batting average. In the field, he committed 11 errors for a .711 fielding percentage. His brother John Morrissey also played Major League Baseball. Morrissey died at the age of 81 in his hometown of Janesville, and is interred at Mount Olivet Cemetery.
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