Denny Sullivan (third baseman)
|Born: June 26, 1858|
|Died: December 31, 1925 (aged 67)|
|August 25, 1879, for the Providence Grays|
|Last MLB appearance|
|September 25, 1880, for the Boston Red Caps|
|Runs batted in||3|
Dennis J. Sullivan (June 26, 1858 – December 31, 1925) was an American utility player in Major League Baseball, playing mainly as a third baseman for the Providence Grays (1879) and Boston Red Caps (1880) of the National League. A native of Boston, Massachusetts, Sullivan attended Boston College and College of the Holy Cross. Listed at 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m), 170 lb., he threw right-handed (unknown batting side).
In a six-game career, Sullivan was a .261 hitter (6-for-23) with six runs, three RBI, and two doubles without home runs. He made six appearances as a third baseman (4), catcher (1) and left fielder (1), and was a member of the Providence 1879 National League champions.
Sullivan died at the age of 67 in his homeland of Boston, Massachusetts.
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