Historic Baseball

Historic Baseball

Bringing Baseball History To Center Field

Milt Graff

Milton Edward Graff
Born: Dec. 30, 1930 in Jefferson Center, Pa.
Died: Aug. 2, 2005 in Bryan, Texas
Debut: 1957 | Pos: 2B
H: 5’7.5″ | W: 158 | B: L | T: R

2 61 156 16 28 0 10 2 .179

>> Visit the Milt Graff biography on Baseball Almanac for complete statistics.

Milt Graff, who played in 61 games for the Kansas City Athletics, died on Aug. 2, 2005 in Bryan, Texas.

Graff made hit major league debut in 1957 with the Athletics. He hit .181 in 155 at-bats and drove in 10 runs in 56 games. In 1958, he appeared in five games for the Athletics and was hitless in his only at-bat.

He originally signed with the Pirates and was drafted by the Yankees in the 1955 minor league draft. In Feb. 1957, the Yankees traded Graff, Rip Coleman, Billy Hunter, Mickey McDermott, Tom Morgan, Irv Noren and a player to be named (Jack Urban) to the Athletics for players to be named later. The Yankees received Art Ditmar, Bobby Shantz, Jack McMahan and Wayne Belardi to complete the deal.