Bill “The Spaceman” Lee Becomes Oldest Pitcher To Win A Pro Game As A Starter

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Last night, Bill “The Spaceman” Lee pitched a complete game victory for the San Rafael (Pacifics of the North American League’s Northern division), winning the game 9-4.  He also batted in the 9th position.  Last night’s victory made him the oldest man to start and win a professional baseball game, at the age of 65.  He broke his own record set two years ago when he pitched for the Brockton Rox (then of the Can-Am League), where he went 5-1/3 innings for the win as a starter.

Congratulations to Bill Lee on his victory and record:

He last appeared in the Major Leagues in 1982.


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