Bobby Locke

Locke pitched in 165 games for five different teams over a nine-year big league career. Primarily a reliever, he only made 11 starts in the majors and finished with a record of 16-15 and a 4.02 ERA. His best run came during his first three years in the majors (1959-1961). He won 10 games for […]

Mike Lee

Lee pitched in 13 games during two brief stints in big leagues. He got his first chance at the age of 19 when the Cleveland Indians called him up in 1960. Pitching exclusively out of the bullpen, Lee did not allow an earned run in nine total innings of work. He did, however, give up […]

Don Lee

Don Lee spent nine seasons pitching in the big leagues for five different franchises. He came up with the Detroit Tigers in 1957, pitching in 11 games that season. He appeared in one game for the Tigers in 1958 before spending all of 1959 in the minors. Lee was dealt to the Washington Senators in […]

Bill Lee

I’m going to be honest with you, this survey is probably my favorite. Not because Lee pitched for the Red Sox or because his answers are so great, but because it is exactly what I would have expected to receive from the Spaceman. While perhaps known more his antics, Lee was actually a very good […]

Don Larsen

The only man to ever pitch a perfect game in the World Series, Larsen spent 14 years in the big leagues, pitching for eight different teams. Larsen came up with the St. Louis Browns in 1953 and posted a 7-12 record for the last-place club. He led the league in losses the next year when […]

Paul LaPalme

LaPalme won 24 games during a seven-year stint in the big leagues. He broke in with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1951, pitching in 22 games that year for the Bucs. He made 24 starts for Pittsburgh in 1953, winning eight games and losing 16 with a 4.59 ERA. He joined the St. Louis Cardinals in […]

Jim Landis

A five-time Gold Glove winner, Landis had a solid career, spanning 11 seasons, from 1957-1967. Landis came up with the Chicago White Sox in 1957 and was a key member of their World Series team in 1959, finishing seventh in the American League MVP vote that year. Landis won his first Gold Glove the following […]