The San Rafael Pacifics, of the North American League’s Northern/Western Division, signed Bill “The Spaceman” Lee to a contract. He will pitch this week for the Pacifics in an attempt to break his own record for being the oldest man to earn the win as a starter in a professional baseball game. In 2010 he set the record at 63 years old, earning the win for the Brockton Rox (then of the Can-Am League).
He is now 65 years old and will attempt to be the first “senior” (65+) to play in multiple innings in a pro baseball game, as most of those who have been older in actual pro games only had a solo at-bat or a solo inning pitched.
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