February 10, 1863|
|Died: October 30, 1886
|Batted: Left||Threw: Unknown|
|July 11, 1884 for the Chicago Browns|
|Last MLB appearance|
|October 15, 1884 for the Baltimore Monumentals|
|Career highlights and awards|
Bernard W. "Bernie" Graham (February 10, 1863– October 30, 1886) was an American Major League Baseball player who played one season in the Union Association. The Association lasted just one season, 1884, and Graham played one game for the Chicago Browns and 41 for the Baltimore Monumentals. He batted .267 for the year, scored 23 runs, and hit 11 doubles.
Death notice taken from the Beloit Weekly Free Press, from November 11, 1886, page 3
The remains of Mr. Barney Graham arrived in the city Thursday from Mobile, Alabama. Deceased was a professional baseball player in the South and died of a fever. His parents live four miles west of the city and came to Wisconsin from the East about two years ago. The remains will be buried in this city.
Rhode Island Birth Index, 1863.
Name: Graham, Bernard; Sex: Male; Birthdate: 02 10 63 [February 10, 1863]; Father: Thomas; Mother: Rose; Bk-Pg-Ct: 63-113-03.