Harvey McDowell McClellan (December 22, 1894 – November 6, 1925) was an American Major League Baseball infielder.
McClellan started his professional baseball career in 1914. He played two years for the Lexington Colts of the Ohio State League, hitting below .200 both years.
McClellan joined the Chicago White Sox in 1919. He sat on the bench during the next few years but got more playing time when the team's stars were suspended in the Black Sox Scandal. He was the starting shortstop for one season, 1923.
In 1925, McClellan died in his hometown after a five-month-long illness.
By Dean Hanley
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