Given Name: Patrick Henry
OF-LHP 1895-96, 1900-06 Braves , Cubs, Dodgers, White Sox, Reds
Dolan was dropped to the minors after failing as a Braves pitcher in 1895-96, but
resurfaced as an outfielder in 1900. He was sold back to Boston in 1905, and died
of typhoid on a spring training trip in 1907, prompting the cancellation of the remainder
of the Braves' camp.
|FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY|
|» August 8, 1901: At the Polo Grounds, the Giants and Brooklyn split two, Brooklyn winning the opener, 3-0, before losing the nitecap to Christy Mathewson, 4-1. Brooklyn threatens in the 6th, putting two on with no outs, but Matty K's Cozy Dolan, allows a single, then strikes out Tom Daly and Bill Dahlen to end the threat.
» March 29, 1907: Boston OF Cozy Dolan, who played the full schedule of NL games in 1906, dies of typhoid fever in Louisville. The Doves cancel the remainder of spring training.