|Born||December 22, 1967|
|1992||Cedar Rapids Reds|
|1993||St. Paul Saints|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|1994-2008||Mississippi State (asst.)|
|Head coaching record|
|Tournaments||Sun Belt: 16-15|
|Accomplishments and honors|
Raffo attended Bishop Kenny High School in Jacksonville, Florida. He was named a First Team All-Florida Class AAA. He was drafted in the 34th round of the 1986 Major League Baseball draft by the Baltimore Orioles, but he decided not to sign. Raffo then accepted a scholarship to play at Mississippi State University, to play college baseball for the Mississippi State Bulldogs baseball team.
As a sophomore in 1988, Raffo was named Second Team All-Southeastern Conference (SEC).
As a junior in 1989, Raffo batted .383 with a 22 home runs and 80 RBIs. He was named First Team All-SEC.
As a senior in 1990, he batted .358 with 13 home runs and 69 RBIs. He was again named First Team All-SEC.
In 1992, he played with the Cedar Rapids Reds of the Midwest League. He batted .302 with nine home runs and 38 RBIs during the season. He signed with the St. Paul Saints to play the 1993 season. He hit just .321 with 20 RBIs in 48 games.
In 1994, Raffo was named a volunteer assistant at Mississippi State. In the fall of 1997, he was promoted to a full-time assistant. In 2008, Raffo was being considered for the head coaching position at Mississippi State, but when the team decided to go with John Cohen, he was named the head coach for the Arkansas State Red Wolves baseball program.
|Arkansas State Red Wolves (Sun Belt Conference) (2009-present)|
|2010||Arkansas State||30-28||16-14||8th||Sun Belt Tournament|
|2011||Arkansas State||27-31-1||13-16-1||7th||Sun Belt Tournament|
|2012||Arkansas State||34-23||19-9||2nd||Sun Belt Tournament|
|2013||Arkansas State||28-31||12-18||8th||Sun Belt Tournament|
|2014||Arkansas State||32-27||18-12||3rd||Sun Belt Tournament|
|2015||Arkansas State||27-30||12-17||8th||Sun Belt Tournament|
|2016||Arkansas State||28-30||13-17||8th||Sun Belt Tournament|
|2017||Arkansas State||28-27||13-16||3rd (West)||Sun Belt Tournament|
|2018||Arkansas State||20-32||11-19||T-4th (West)||Sun Belt Tournament|
|2019||Arkansas State||26-29||11-20||6th (West)|
|2020||Arkansas State||7-9||0-0||(West)||Season canceled due to COVID-19|
Postseason invitational champion