Bill Lee was the starting pitcher in USC’s 4-3 victory over Southern Illinois in the championship game of the 1968 College World Series.
He gave up 2 earned runs in 7.2 innings and went 1 for 3 at the plate with a stolen base. He then won 119 games in the major leagues from 1969-82.
And the “Spaceman” still looks great at 75!
Watch him pitch in the video below.
75-year-old Red Sox Hall of Famer, Bill Lee, came down from the stands with a beer in hand and then proceeded to strike somebody out. Power move. pic.twitter.com/BTNsoepjuU— Savannah Bananas (@TheSavBananas) March 30, 2022