Brad Lee - Player
Inducted in 2018
Brad was a pitcher and outfielder for Laurel High School from 1989-92 and was a first team All- Henlopen conference pitcher in 1992. Brad was the starting pitcher in the 1992 Blue/Gold Delaware all-star game for the winning Gold team. He also played in the 1991 Big League World Series for USA East. Brad went on to pitch at Delaware Tech in 1993 and 1994 and compiled a 15-3 record. He was drafted in 1993 by the Detroit Tigers but decided to stay in school. In 1994, Brad signed a letter of intent with New Mexico State University and had numerous other offers from top Division 1 schools, however the Texas Rangers selected him in the 1994 supplemental draft at which time he signed with that club. Brad played in the Rangers organization in 1994 and 1995 before retiring from professional baseball in 1996. After pro ball, he pitched in the Eastern Shore Baseball League for 10 full seasons (1993, 1997-2005) and finished with an overall record of 92-12 (including post season) and was undefeated in 4 of the regular seasons. Brad threw 7 no-hitters and 3 perfect games while playing in the ESBL. He was inducted to the National Semi-Pro Baseball Hall of Fame in 2014.