Hall of Fame and Museum

Sharon Graham

Name Sharon Graham
Position Female Player
Year 1997
Sharon "Crackers" Graham, a 13 year USSSA Women's Class "A" veteran performer, has been inducted into the United States Slo-Pitch Association Hall of Fame in the Female Player Category. A 38 year old Cincinnati native, Graham played for such top teams as Sweeney Chevrolet, Tri-State Action, Famous Recipe, Empress Chili and Auto Body Panel. Her main position has been second base, however, she did well in every position, known primarily as a solid singles hitter, she accumulated a lifetime batting average of .445. IN 1986 she was named Most Valuable Player in the USSSA Blue Chip NIT. She has made All-State Honors on two occasions. Additionally, "Crackers" has been a member of four All-World Teams and has a number of All-Tournament Team placing to her credit as well. Graham was recently singled out for distinction when she was named to the USSSA Team of the Decade for the 1980's. The slugger believes that softball has given her the chance to work with many talented people and has allowed her to latitude to travel and see many parts of the country. Softball has also allowed Graham an opportunity to excel in sport which showcased her many talents.