Harry H. Raymond
born John M. Truman
- Bats Unknown, Throws Unknown
- Height 5' 9", Weight 179 lb.
- Debut September 9, 1888
- Final Game June 20, 1892
- Born February 20, 1862 in Sauquoit, NY USA
- Died March 21, 1925 in San Diego, CA USA
Harry Raymond played five years in the majors. Most of his games were with the Louisville Colonels, from 1888 to 1891. While he pitched and won a game in 1889, mostly he played third base. He is listed as the regular third baseman for the Colonels in 1889 and 1890.
One site  chose his pitching performance as the second best all-time pitching performance by a non-pitcher. However, another site  has pointed out that Raymond, while allowing only one earned run, permitted 19 baserunners, which for a long time was the record for most baserunners for one earned run allowed.
SABR wrote an article  about the 1889-1890 Colonels, the first-ever team to go from finishing last in the league to finishing first. Things were bad enough for the 1889 team that Raymond and a group of other players engaged in the first ever strike, which got quite a bit of press attention .
Harry's pro career went from 1887 to 1899.
Through 2019, he is the only major leaguer born in Sauquoit, NY.