Lyman Bostock

Lyman Bostock

Lyman Wesley Bostock, Jr. (November 22, 1950 – September 23, 1978) was an American professional baseball player. He played Major League Baseball for four seasons, as an outfielder for the Minnesota Twins (1975–77) and California Angels (1978). He batted left-handed and threw right-handed.

Bostock's career was cut short when he was shot and killed in his hometown of Gary, Indiana.

Read more about Lyman BostockEarly Life, Career, Murder, Aftermath, Highlights

Other articles related to "lyman bostock, bostock":

Lyman Bostock - Highlights
... Bostock became only the third big leaguer to do it in a nine-inning game and just the second center fielder in the 20th century ... Carew would be traded to the Angels in 1979 shortly after Bostock's murder ...

Famous quotes containing the word lyman:

    Isn’t it strange some people make
    You feel so tired inside,
    Your thoughts begin to shrivel up
    Like leaves all brown and dried!
    —Rachel Lyman Field (1894–1942)