Harry Leroy Kelley
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 9½", Weight 170 lb.
- Debut April 16, 1925
- Final Game July 23, 1939
- Born February 13, 1906 in Parkin, AR USA
- Died March 23, 1958 in Parkin, AR USA
Harry Kelley played for the Memphis Chicks in 1924, going 14-7 with a 2.87 ERA. He spent part of the next two years with the Washington Senators, appearing 13 big league games over that span. In 1927, he returned to Memphis, where he stayed until 1934.
Kelly got another shot in the majors with the Philadelphia Athletics in 1936 and made the most of it, going 15-12 with a 3.87 ERA as a 30-year-old rookie. He remained in the majors through 1939 and played for Memphis once again in 1943. He ended his career with the Indianapolis Indians in 1944.
Kelley was 277-202 in the minors, with 206 wins coming in the Southern Association, where he was a five time 20 game winner.
- Led 1933 Southern Association with 21 wins
- Led 1934 Southern Association with 23 wins
- Led 1935 Southern Association with 23 wins and 2.50 ERA