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For Eastern religions and controversial causes and you can see why Lee infuriated the establishment while entertaining his legion of fans In this wildly funny memoir that became a massive bestseller in the United States and Canada when it was first published Lee recounts the colorful story of his life from the drugged out antics of his college days at USC where he learned that “marijuana never hammered me like a good Camel” to his post–World Series travels with a group of liberal long distance runners through Red Ch. 9 Esuire s list of The Twenty Best Baseball Books EverBriefly Ball Four liteHad The Wrong Stuff come out in 1965 it

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The return of a sports classic with a new foreword by the authorFinally back in print after many years here is Bill Lee’s classic tale of his renegade life on and off the mound Whether walking out on the Montreal Expos to protest the release of a valued teammate or telling sportswriters eager for candid and offbeat comments about the game than his bosses wanted anyone to know pitcher Bill “Spaceman” Lee became celebrated as much for his rebellious personality as for his remarkable talent Add to the mix his affinity. The first memoir I ever read It was actually a lot of fun to read though it s definitely better if you re a fan of the

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Ina where he discovered that conservatives don’t like marathons because “it’s much easier to climb into a Rolls Royce” Lee also describes his minor league days joining the Reserves during the Vietnam War his time with the Red Sox and the 1975 World Series He spares no detail while recalling his infamous falling out with Red Sox management that led to his trade to Montreal Full of irreverent wit and an inherent love of the game The Wrong Stuff is a sports classic for a new generation From the Trade Paperback editio. A must read for Baseball fans of wannabe Zen practitionersBill Lee is well I own and loved to baseball fans and Absurdi


10 thoughts on “The Wrong Stuff

  1. says:

    45 stars The best of the tell all baseball books that I’ve read

  2. says:

    You're supposed to sit on your ass and nod at stupid things Man that's hard to do; And if you don't they'll screw you And if you do they'll screw you too When I'm standing in the middle of the diamond all alone I always play to win when it comes to skin and bone And sometimes I say things I shouldn't like Bill Lee by Warren Zevon

  3. says:

    The first memoir I ever read It was actually a lot of fun to read though it's definitely better if you're a fan of the game Bill Lee goes through his entire baseball career the ups downs and his aversion to navy blue pinstripes This book actually made me a Red Sox fan

  4. says:

    #9 Esuire’s list of The Twenty Best Baseball Books EverBriefly Ball Four liteHad The Wrong Stuff come out in 1965 it would have been a revolutionary look at the inside of the game from a player’s perspective the sort of tell all for which publishers salivate As it stands Bill “Spaceman” Lee’s book wa

  5. says:

    The Wrong Stuff was one of the entertaining baseball books I've ever read It is the true story of ex Red Sox pitcher Bill Lee's time in the majors and life just after it Lee is eccentric to say the least and not shy about relating the realities of life on the road the boozing drugs and women He doesn't write about these shenanigans with puffed up bravado He is interested in conveying the circus atmosphere of p

  6. says:

    One of the funniest baseball books ever written Lee was an iconoclast and goofball but that's okay He's got plenty of stories to share in this book from his days with the Boston Red Sox to his time with the Montreal Expos Lee reveals his philosophy on life which I guess is Zen Buddhism with a touch of cannabis

  7. says:

    Without a doubt Bill Lee’s behind the scenes look at what goes on beyond the white lines or while they snort white lines is a riot Baseball fans that grew up in the 1970s will especially appreciate this book due to its portrayal of certain personalities of that era Pete Rose Carl Yastrzemski Bernie Carbo Dwight Evans Thurman Munsonno one is off limits

  8. says:

    If you open the side door to this book a clatter of beer cans and empty bottles will fall out on the ground along with a baggie and a roach clip This an autobiographical book about 1970's left handed pitcher Bill Spaceman Lee and there are at least 30 pages in it that don't mention intoxicants at all and 15 of those that aren't silly hooey that goes on in his head But that doesn't leave much at all of what I was hoping for a window into a

  9. says:

    A must read for Baseball fans of wannabe Zen practitionersBill Lee is well I own and loved to baseball fans and Absurdists everywhere This is his story in his words with an insight into the great American sport in the turbulent 70's It is pe

  10. says:

    A chance to go backstage at the MLB park Find out what the dugout is all about I enjoyed learning of the shenan

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