Jim McDonald

Jim McDonald

Jim McDonald can refer to:

* Jim McDonald (American football) (1915–1997), college and professional American football player
* Jim McDonald (baseball pitcher) (born 1927), Major League Baseball pitcher
* Jim McDonald (basketball), former college player and coach
* Jim McDonald (baseball left fielder) (1860–1914)
* Jim McDonald (baseball right fielder), played Major League Baseball in 1902
* Jim McDonald (comedian), American stand-up comedian
* Jim McDonald (Coronation Street), character in "Coronation Street" played by actor Charles Lawson
* Jim McDonald (soccer), Canadian soccer player from the 1970s

See also

* Jimmy McDonald (c. 1880–1920), Scottish footballer
* James McDonald (disambiguation)
* Jimmy MacDonald (sound effects artist)

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