Mervin Thomas Connolly
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 8", Weight 154 lb.
- Debut May 3, 1925
- Final Game July 28, 1925
- Born May 25, 1901 in San Francisco, CA USA
- Died June 12, 1964 in Berkeley, CA USA
Bud Connolly played 43 games in the infield for the Boston Red Sox in 1925, batting .262/.392/.346. He also had an extensive minor league career. Connolly played from May to July 1925. He hit much better than the most-used shortstop of the season, Dud Lee, who hit .224 with little power. Lee simply had better range in the field. A veteran of World War II, he was born in San Francisco, dying in 1964 in Berkeley during a time of student protest.
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1937||Montgomery Bombers||Southeastern League||13-24||6th||Milwaukee Brewers||replaced Harry Griswold (0-4) on July 28|
|1938||Montgomery Bombers||Southeastern League||60-88||8th||Philadelphia Phillies|
|1939||Bloomington Bloomers||Three-I League||49-73||6th||Milwaukee Brewers|
|1940||Madison Blues||Three-I League||61-62||6th||Milwaukee Brewers|