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There's no caption, but I think O'Day is third from left in the back row. I suspect Connie Mack is the one crouching in the middle of the front row, behind the catcher's gear. MisfitToys ( talk ) 22:16, 8 May 2013 (UTC)
Hank O'Day Henry Francis O'Day (Chicago, 8.7. 1862 – Chicago, 2.7. 1935.) bio je američki igrač bejzbola (pitcher) mebnažer i - po čemu je najpoznatiji - bejzbol u Major League Baseball. Od 1895. do 1927. je preko trideset godina sudio utakmice National Leaguea. Odrastao je u porodici gdje su oba roditelja bila gluha.
Hank O'Day (1859–1935), American right-handed pitcher, umpire and manager in Major League Baseball Jeremy O'Day (born 1974), offensive lineman for the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League John O'Day (1856-1933), American politician Marcus O'Day (1897–1961), American physicist
ハンク・オーデイ（Henry Francis "Hank" O'Day、1859年 7月8日 - 1935年 7月2日） は、アメリカ合衆国 イリノイ州 シカゴ出身のプロ野球選手、プロ野球監督、後に1920年代までメジャーリーグの審判員を務めた。右投げ、打席左右は不明。
Hank O'Day. Positions: Pitcher and Leftfielder Bats: Right • Throws: Right 6-0, 180lb (183cm, 81kg) . Born: July 8, 1859 in Chicago, IL us Died: July 2, 1935 in ...
Soon afterward, O'Day returned to the NL as an umpire, and he eventually developed a reputation as the finest official in the league. He umpired in 10 World Series – a total exceeded only by the 18 worked by Bill Klem, whose hiring O'Day had recommended – including four of the first five played; for the first three, he was the only NL umpire for the Series: 1903, 1905, 1907, 1908, 1910 ...
Elections to the Baseball Hall of Fame for 2003 proceeded in keeping with rules enacted in 2001. The Baseball Writers' Association of America (BBWAA) held an election to select from among recent players; Gary Carter and Eddie Murray were elected.