Martin James Glendon
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 8", Weight 165 lb.
- Debut April 18, 1902
- Final Game September 25, 1903
- Born November 20, 1878 in Milwaukee, WI USA
- Died November 6, 1950 in Norwood Park, IL USA
Martin Glendon struggled in his sole major league game with the 1902 Cincinnati Reds, but followed that up with three more big league games with the 1903 Cleveland Naps where he did well, posting an ERA of 0.98. However, he gave up several unearned runs and ended up losing two of those three games.
Martin was pitching in the minors by 1898, and after his one game with the 1902 Reds went 23-20 for the San Francisco team in 1902. He stayed with San Francisco for much of 1903, coming then to the 1903 Naps. He then pitched in the minors through at least 1907.
This site  has quite a detailed biography of Glendon. Among other things, it points out that Martin had a brother named Dick who was also a pitcher, and on occasion, people confused one with the other. Also, a pitcher called "Burns Glendon" and "Buns Glendon" might have been Martin. Burns Glendon was touted by Hank O'Day to the 1901 Chicago Orphans and signed to a minor league contract. Burns Glendon was said to be a prize fighter in the winter. At various times, Martin also worked as a brakeman, a semi-pro ballplayer, a bartender and an electrician. In 1940 he was still working as an electrician for the City of Chicago.