Born: July 20, 1888|
Died: October 28, 1969 (aged 81)|
|September 14, 1910, for the Cleveland Naps|
|Last MLB appearance|
|October 4, 1911, for the Cleveland Naps|
|Runs batted in||2|
Callahan made his debut for the Naps around the same time as a young Shoeless Joe Jackson. Cleveland's manager, Jimmy McAleer, seemed more hopeful about Callahan's prospects, saying that Callahan was the best outfielder to arrive in Cleveland in a decade. Callahan spent two years with the team, but he played in only 19 games before leaving the major leagues in 1911.
- Hornbaker, Tim (2016). Fall from Grace: The Truth and Tragedy of "Shoeless Joe" Jackson. Skyhorse Publishing, Inc. ISBN 9781613219140.
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