|Born: October 27, 1919|
|Died: May 24, 1981 (aged 61)|
Elmira, New York
|September 16, 1941, for the Philadelphia Athletics|
|Last MLB appearance|
|May 13, 1951, for the St. Louis Cardinals|
|Runs batted in||22|
Donald Lester Richmond (October 27, 1919 – May 24, 1981) was a professional baseball third baseman.
Richmond began his playing career in 1940, but it was interrupted for four years due to World War II. He won the International League batting crown in 1950 and 1951 while playing for the Rochester Red Wings, posting an amazing .350 average in 1951.
Richmond served as player-manager for the Batavia Indians in 1959.
Richmond was elected to the Rochester Red Wings Hall of Fame in 1990, and to the International League Hall of Fame in 2013.
Richmond played in the major leagues over parts of four seasons (1941, 1946–47, 1951) with the Philadelphia Athletics and St. Louis Cardinals. For his career, he compiled a .211 batting average in 152 at-bats, with two home runs and 22 runs batted in.
Richmond was born in Gillett, Pennsylvania and died in Elmira, New York at the age of 61.