William Edward "Wid" Conroy was an American Major League Baseball player active during the first decade of the 20th-century. Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on April 5, 1877, Conroy made his major league debut on April 25, 1901, with the Milwaukee Brewers at the age of 24. He played his last game on October 5, 1911, for the Washington Senators, retiring at 34 years. Standing at 5' 9" (177 cm) and weighing 158 lb. (72 kg), Conroy epitomized the role of a utility man, playing five positions in his career. He played for the Milwaukee Brewers (1901), Pittsburgh Pirates (1902), New York Yankees (1903–1908), Washington Senators (1909–1911).