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Jack Graham Positions: First Baseman and Rightfielder Bats: Left • Throws: Left 6-2 , 200lb (188cm, 90kg) Born: December 24, 1916 in Minneapolis, MN us More bio, uniform, draft, salary info 9 18 21 28 41 11 Become a Stathead & surf this site ad-free. SUMMARY Career WAR 0.1 AB 775 H 179 HR 38 BA .231 R 105 RBI 126 SB 1 OBP .310 SLG .427 OPS .737

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Jack Graham, who hit 38 home runs in his two seasons in the major leagues, died on Dec. 30, 1998 in Los Alamitos, Calif. In 775 career at-bats, Graham hit 38 home runs and drove in 126 runs. He made his debut in 1946 with Brooklyn and was hitless in five at-bats. In May 1946, the New York Giants purchased his contract from Brooklyn.

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10. Potential very high draft pick and/or Elite level college prospect. 9. Potential top 10 round pick and/or highest level college prospect. 8. Potential draft pick and/or excellent college prospect. 7. College prospect, possible future draft pick with development. 6.

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Jack Graham | Baseball classic, Mlb players, Baseball dad Jack Graham is the current Aberdeen Ironbirds, general manager. Graham played catcher for Kenyon College and was selected in the 38th round of the 2012 MLB draft. He is the epitome of humble. “Jack was a terrific player that didn’t need the spotlight on him at all,” his former college coach, Matt Burdette, said.

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Jack Graham Baseball

Jack Graham is the current Aberdeen Ironbirds, general manager. Graham played catcher for Kenyon College and was selected in the 38th round of the 2012 MLB draft. He is the epitome of humble. “Jack was a terrific player that didn’t need the spotlight on him at all,” his former college coach, Matt Burdette, said. John Bernard Graham (December 24, 1916 – December 30, 1998) was an American professional baseball first baseman. He played in Major League Baseball for the Brooklyn Dodgers, New York Giants, and St. Louis Browns between 1946 and 1949. [1] He died at age 82 in Los Alamitos, California . His father, Peaches Graham, also played in the majors. See also

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Diamondbacks Minor League Roundup: A Winning Week – AZ Snake Pit Jack Graham Positions: First Baseman and Rightfielder Bats: Left • Throws: Left 6-2 , 200lb (188cm, 90kg) Born: December 24, 1916 in Minneapolis, MN us More bio, uniform, draft, salary info 9 18 21 28 41 11 Become a Stathead & surf this site ad-free. SUMMARY Career WAR 0.1 AB 775 H 179 HR 38 BA .231 R 105 RBI 126 SB 1 OBP .310 SLG .427 OPS .737

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Jack Graham | Baseball classic, Mlb players, Baseball dad 10. Potential very high draft pick and/or Elite level college prospect. 9. Potential top 10 round pick and/or highest level college prospect. 8. Potential draft pick and/or excellent college prospect. 7. College prospect, possible future draft pick with development. 6.

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Record-setting World Lacrosse Men’s U21 Championship concludes after 11 days – World Lacrosse Jack Graham brings a unique perspective to his role as IronBirds general manager thanks to his three-year career as a player. (Aberdeen IronBirds) By Michael Avallone @MavalloneMiLB August 9,

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Two Down: Stellar Pitching, Clutch Hitting Lead Ole Miss to Dominant Win Over Arkansas, 13-5 – The Rebel Walk Jack Graham is the current Aberdeen Ironbirds, general manager. Graham played catcher for Kenyon College and was selected in the 38th round of the 2012 MLB draft. He is the epitome of humble. “Jack was a terrific player that didn’t need the spotlight on him at all,” his former college coach, Matt Burdette, said.

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Twins take right-hander J.R. Graham in Rule 5 draft – Twin Cities John Bernard Graham (December 24, 1916 – December 30, 1998) was an American professional baseball first baseman. He played in Major League Baseball for the Brooklyn Dodgers, New York Giants, and St. Louis Browns between 1946 and 1949. [1] He died at age 82 in Los Alamitos, California . His father, Peaches Graham, also played in the majors. See also

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Twins take right-hander J.R. Graham in Rule 5 draft – Twin Cities Jack Graham, who hit 38 home runs in his two seasons in the major leagues, died on Dec. 30, 1998 in Los Alamitos, Calif. In 775 career at-bats, Graham hit 38 home runs and drove in 126 runs. He made his debut in 1946 with Brooklyn and was hitless in five at-bats. In May 1946, the New York Giants purchased his contract from Brooklyn.

Jack Graham | Baseball classic, Mlb players, Baseball dad Two Down: Stellar Pitching, Clutch Hitting Lead Ole Miss to Dominant Win Over Arkansas, 13-5 – The Rebel Walk Jack Graham brings a unique perspective to his role as IronBirds general manager thanks to his three-year career as a player. (Aberdeen IronBirds) By Michael Avallone @MavalloneMiLB August 9,

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