From BR Bullpen
Johnnie Lee LeMaster
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 2", Weight 167 lb.
- High School Paintsville High School
- Debut September 2, 1975
- Final Game July 28, 1987
- Born June 19, 1954 in Portsmouth, OH USA
 Biographical Information
- Hit an inside-the-park homerun in his first major-league at-bat (against the Dodgers).
- Also hit an inside-the-park homerun for his last major league home run as a Pittsburgh Pirate.
- So skillful as a baseball player that the Giants' faithful nicknamed him "Johnny Disaster."
- In his last season as a Giant, he wore a uniform that said "Boo" on it where the name usually went, in an attempt to amuse the boo birds in the stadium.
- In 1985, Disaster played for 75% (San Francisco, Cleveland, and Pittsburgh) of the last place teams in baseball. The three teams combined to finish 127 games under .500.
- In 1989, LeMaster played for the Fort Myers Sun Sox of the Senior Professional Baseball Association. He batted .267 in 8 games.
LeMaster's cousins include minor league pitcher Ron Salyer (1970-1977) and NFL linebacker Frank LeMaster.
LeMaster is the winningest coach in Pikeville College history.