Former Red Sox Pitcher Bill "The Spaceman" Lee will Speak Jan. 28th at the Western Massachusetts Baseball Hall of Fame Banquet

Former Boston Red Sox pitching great Bill “The Spaceman” Lee will speak Jan. 28h at the Western Massachusetts Baseball Hall of Fame banquet. “Spaceman” first came to Western Mass. in April of 1969, when he was assigned to the Pittsfield Red Sox, then Boston’s affiliate in the Class AA Eastern League. He was 22 years old, in his second pro season after signing with the Red Sox out of the University of Southern California. Over 10 starts for the Pittsox, he went 6-2, then was promoted to the big leagues in June, there to remain for 14 seasons.

In Lee’s sometimes-stormy 10-year career with the Red Sox, he proved himself to be a workhorse left-handed starter, going 94-68 and often pitching 260 or more innings. At his peak, he won 17 games three years in a row, topped by a 17-9 record with 17 complete games as the Red Sox won the 1975 pennant. In the World Series, he had two no-decisions, the second of which came when he gave up a 3-0 lead as the Sox lost Game 7.
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