Buster Narum (November 16, 1940 - May 17, 2004) was a Major League Baseball right-handed starting pitcher who played for the Baltimore Orioles (1963) and Washington Senators (1964-67).
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Narum debuted with the Orioles in the 1963 season, finishing with a 0-0 record in 9 innings. The next year, he was sent to the Senators in the same trade that brought Lou Piniella to Baltimore.
In his 96-games career Narum compiled a 14-27 record, with 220 strikeouts, a 4.45 ERA, two shutouts, and nine complete games in 396 innings pitched. After retiring, he worked as a freight salesman in the trucking industry.
Buster Narum died in Clearwater, Florida at the age of 63.