September 30, 1897|
|Died: August 21, 1972
|June 2, 1928, for the Washington Senators|
|Last MLB appearance|
|September 5, 1928, for the Washington Senators|
|Runs batted in||20|
Edward Aloysius "Scrap Iron" Kenna (September 30, 1897 - August 21, 1972) was a Major League Baseball catcher. He played part of one season, 1928, for the Washington Senators. That season, he served as the primary backup to starting catcher Muddy Ruel, playing in 33 games at that position.
Kenna's minor league baseball career spanned 17 years. He began playing professionally in 1920, playing one game for the Vernon Tigers of the Pacific Coast League. In 1936, Kenna's last year as a player, he served as player-manager of the Portsmouth Pirates of the Middle Atlantic League.
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