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Lee May

MLB Player information
NameLee May
PositionFirst baseman
MLB debutSeptember 1, 1965 for the Cincinnati Reds
Last MLB appearanceSeptember 24, 1982 for the Kansas City Royals
Career statistics
Batting average.267
Home runs354
Runs batted in1244
* Cincinnati Reds (1965 1971) * Houston Astros (1972 1974) * Baltimore Orioles (1975 1980) * Kansas City Royals (1981 1982)

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Lee Andrew May (born March 23, 1943 in Birmingham, Alabama) is a former first baseman in Major League Baseball. From 1965 through 1982, May played for the Cincinnati Reds (1965 71), Houston Astros (1972 74), Baltimore Orioles (1975 80) and Kansas City Royals (1981 82). He batted and threw right-handed. He is the brother of former Chicago White Sox and New York Yankees outfielder Carlos May. His son, Lee May, Jr. is currently the hitting coach for the Columbus (Ohio) Clippers (Triple-A affiliate of the Cleveland Indians).

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Two-track policy - Korea Times Tweet this news
Korea Times---Lee- has so far maintained that it's not the right time for dialogue, turning down China's proposal to resume the six-party talks. Critics -may- attack -Lee- for ... - Date : Thu, 30 Dec 2010 08:43:10 GMT+00:00
Even in the offseason, Phillies beat the Nationals - Washington Post Tweet this news
Washington Post--The Phillies' signing of -Lee may- force the Nationals to reevaluate their plans for 2011. With the Phillies stocked, with Stephen Strasburg out until 2012 ... - Date : Tue, 14 Dec 2010 17:46:46 GMT+00:00
Heyman: The Rangers' offer to Cliff Lee may contain an option for a seventh year - Tweet this news the baseball world waits for Cliff -Lee's- decision, Jon Heyman of has an interesting update on what the Rangers -may- have offered the free-agent ... - Date : Sat, 11 Dec 2010 16:22:28 GMT+00:00
Cliff Lee May Have Mystery Suitor In Free Agency Talks - SB Nation Tweet this news
SB Nation--Throughout the Cliff -Lee- free agency sweepstakes, it's been assumed that the lefty would end up either returning to the Rangers or signing with the Yankees. ... - Date : Sun, 05 Dec 2010 19:36:02 GMT+00:00
Adrian Beltre: Who Is In The Running For All Star 3B? - Bleacher Report Tweet this news
Bleacher Report--Yesterday, Baseball Tonight's Karl Ravech tweeted, "Looks like -Lee may- be leaning towards NYY as Rangers have made aggressive play for Beltre."--- - Date : Tue, 14 Dec 2010 13:25:39 GMT+00:00
Cliff Lee: Cliff Lee may wait before signing with a team - Tweet this news official with one of clubs in contact with Cliff -Lee- tells Scott Miller of that it will be "a while" before the free agent left-hander ... - Date : Thu, 02 Dec 2010 03:27:35 GMT+00:00
Cliff Lee Could Get 7-Year Deal From Nationals: Report - The Epoch Times Tweet this news
The Epoch Times--Cliff -Lee may- be offered a seven-year deal from the Washington Nationals, the New York Daily News reported. (Ronald Martinez/Getty Images) ... - Date : Tue, 07 Dec 2010 18:30:59 GMT+00:00
DeKalb CEO to present budget - Atlanta Journal Constitution Tweet this news
Atlanta Journal Constitution--Commissioner -Lee May-, chairman of the budget committee, said the commission will not approve a tax hike until the CEO reorganizes the government and makes ... - Date : Tue, 14 Dec 2010 14:24:25 GMT+00:00
Rickie Lee Jones on Bix, Billie and the art of song - Philadelphia Inquirer Tweet this news
Philadelphia Inquirer--The skeleton -may- be real, the plaster of Paris and newspapers my own. The impetus, perhaps the drama, real, internal, and so perfect clay to add into songs. ... - Date : Tue, 30 Nov 2010 10:48:27 GMT+00:00
Teen Music Review: 'Live It Up' by Lee Dewyze - Knoxville News Sentinel Tweet this news
Knoxville News Sentinel--Fortunately for DeWyze, he can make generic, bland pop sound like there -may- be some meaning behind its blatant synthesizers. ... - Date : Tue, 30 Nov 2010 05:11:37 GMT+00:00

Preceded by
George Scott
American League RBI Champion
Succeeded by
Larry Hisle
Preceded by
Rocky Colavito
Kansas City Royals Hitting Coach
Succeeded by
Hal McRae
Preceded by
Tony Pérez
Cincinnati Reds First Base Coach
Succeeded by
Tony Pérez
Preceded by
Tony Pérez
Tampa Bay Rays First Base Coach
Succeeded by
Billy Hatcher

Kansas City Royals 1985 World Series Champions

1 Buddy Biancalana * 2 Onix Concepción * 3 Jorge Orta * 4 Greg Pryor * 5 George Brett * 6 Willie Wilson * 8 Jim Sundberg * 9 Dane Iorg * 11 Hal McRae * 12 John Wathan * 15 Pat Sheridan * 20 Frank White * 21 Lonnie Smith * 23 Mark Gubicza * 24 Darryl Motley * 25 Danny Jackson * 26 Steve Farr * 27 Joe Beckwith * 29 Dan Quisenberry * 31 Bret Saberhagen (World Series MVP) * 35 Lynn Jones * 37 Charlie Leibrandt * 40 Bud Black * 45 Steve Balboni * Jamie Quirk
Manager 10 Dick Howser
Coaches: Gary Blaylock * Mike Ferraro * José Martínez * Lee May * Jimmie Schaffer

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