Milton Douglas West
- Bats Left, Throws Right
- Height 5' 10", Weight 200 lb.
- Debut August 24, 1884
- Final Game September 18, 1890
- Born August 29, 1860 in Spring Mill, OH USA
- Died January 13, 1929 in Mansfield, OH USA
Milton "Buck" West played for the 1884 Cincinnati Red Stockings and later the 1890 Cleveland Spiders. The first was a team in the 1884 American Association and the second a team in the 1890 National League. Both seasons were years of three major leagues.
West was born in Ohio, and both of his major league teams were based in Ohio. In the minors, he played for teams in Ohio, in the Midwest and on the East Coast, later playing in the South. His career ran at least from 1883-95, and he managed in 1885.
An article about sports in Saginaw says that West later became a wealthy businessman.
Thisi article carries an obituary about him. He lived in Mansfield, OH from time to time during his life, and was said as a ballplayer to have wonderful speed. He had a retail liquor business and a restaurant. He also owned a number of racing harness horses.