Lee Stange

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Albert Lee Stange

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In 1960, Lee Stange led the Carolina League in almost every category as a pitcher. He had league leading totals with 35 GS, 20 CG, 251 IP, 20 W, 13 L, 235 H, 125 R, 100 ER, and 3 SHO (tied). He was named to the league all-star team.

After retiring, Stange was a coach with the Boston Red Sox (1972-1974), Minnesota Twins (1975), Oakland A's (1977-1979), and Red Sox again (1981-1984). He was a minor league instructor for the A's in 1976, and managed the Tucson Toros for the last two months of the season. Stange is currently (2012) the pitching coach for Florida Institute of Technology, a role he has had since at least 2007.


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