The Mets purchased right-handed pitcher Bill Graham from the Detroit Tigers on August 31, 1967. Three days later he made his Met debut as the starting pitcher against the Chicago Cubs. He pitched 7 innings and allowed 3 hits and 3 runs and suffered the loss.
He appeared in four more games for the Mets compiling a 1-2 record with a 2.63 ERA. In his final appearance of the season he pitched a complete game against the Los Angeles Dodgers beating them 5-1 while allowing 6 hits.
1967 would be his only season with the Mets and his final season as a professional pitcher.
While with the Mets Graham wore number 26.
Bill Graham also played for the Detroit Tigers in 1966.