Primary Position: Shortstop
Thomas Vallelly compiled a career batting average of .352 with 0 home runs and 0 RBI in his 25-game career with the Denver Mountaineers, Colorado Springs, Ottumwa Coal Palaces, Aurora Maroons, Waterloo Indians and Hammond. He began playing during the 1888 season and last took the field during the 1895 campaign.
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Minor League Service:
|Year||Level||League||Team||Affiliation||First Appearance||Final Appearance|
|1888||Ind||Western League||Denver Mountaineers|
|1889||Ind||Colorado State League||Colorado Springs|
|1890||Ind||Illinois-Iowa League||Ottumwa Coal Palaces|
|1891||Ind||Illinois-Iowa League||Aurora Maroons|
|1895||B||Western Inter-State League||Hammond|
|1895||Ind||Eastern Iowa League||Waterloo Indians||May 22, 1895||July 6, 1895|
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