Bob Lacey

From 1977-1984 Lacey pitched in 284 big-league games, making appearances for the Oakland A’s, Cleveland Indians, Texas Rangers, California Angels and San Francisco Giants. A relief pitcher (he made just two starts in his career) Lacey compiled a 20-29 career mark with 22 saves and a 3.67 ERA. He led the American League in games […]

Denny Lemaster

Lemaster pitched for 11 years in the major leagues, winning 90 games along the way. He broke in with the Milwaukee Braves in 1962 and won 11 games the following year. He went 17-11 for Milwaukee in 1964, pitching three shutouts in 221 innings. Lemaster went on to post double-digits in wins three more times, […]

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 […]