Former Major League Baseball pitchers Bill Lee and Oil Can Boyd will be at historic Centennial Field July 17 to sign autographs as the Vermont Lake Monsters host the Staten Island Yankees.
Lee and Boyd both pitched for the Boston Red Sox and the extinct Montreal Expos during their MLB careers. Lee went 119-90 with 19 saves and a 3.62 ERA in 416 games during his 14-year career (1969-82). Boyd went 78-77 with a 4.04 ERA in 214 games during his 10-year career (1982-91).
Also appearing at Centennial Field this summer is former Major League pitcher Luis Tiant on July 24 and ESPN Baseball Insider Buster Olney on Aug. 6.
Tiant went 229-172 with a 3.30 ERA over 573 games during his 19-year career (1964-82). Olney, who can be seen on ESPN's Baseball Tonight and also writes for ESPN, grew up in Randolph.
All four will be at Centennial to sign autographs before and during that night's Lake Monsters game In addition, the first 500 fans at the Aug. 6 game will receive a Buster Olney bobblehead doll.