Pat Kelly (infielder)

Pat Kelly (infielder)

Infobox MLB retired
name=Pat Kelly

position=Second Baseman
birthdate=birth date and age|1967|10|14
debutdate=May 20
debutteam=New York Yankees
finaldate=June 5
finalteam=Toronto Blue Jays
*New York Yankees (1991-1997)
*St. Louis Cardinals (by|1998)
*Toronto Blue Jays (by|1998)
*Led AL in sacrifices in 1994 with 14

Patrick Franklin Kelly (born October 14, 1967 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is a former Major League Baseball infielder, he played in the major leagues for nine seasons. He was drafted by the New York Yankees in the ninth round of the 1988 amateur draft, but did not make his playing debut at the major league level until May 20, 1991 at age 23. In 1995 with the Yankees battling for the AL Wild Card, Kelly hit a crucial 2 run home run in the 9th inning against the Blue Jays in Toronto to cap a Yankee rally from a 3-0 deficit in the 3rd to last game of the season. Thanks to Kelly's go-ahead home run the Yankees won the game 4-3 and were able to qualify for the playoffs 2 days later. Kelly played seven seasons with the Yankees (1991 - 1997), spent 1998 with St. Louis Cardinals, and spent the first part of the 1999 season with the Toronto Blue Jays. He played his final MLB game on June 5, 1999.

Kelly bats and throws right-handed. His career Major League totals are .249 batting average, 36 home runs, 495 hits in 681 games.

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