Geddy Lee Talks Baseball

As most Rush fans know, Geddy Lee is an avid fan of baseball and, particularly so of the Toronto Blu Jays. In connection with the kickoff of the 2011 Major League season, the TorontoStar has just posted an article titled The old ball game brings together Canadians of all stripes where many notable Canadians talk about their memories of baseball.

In the article, Geddy talks about his most memorable moment regarding the 1992 season:
"Rush lead vocalist Geddy Lee is no stranger to Blue Jays fans. He's been a longtime fan himself, and has attended hundreds of games through the good and not-so-good times.
When asked about his fave game, the Toronto native knew right away:
 'Game 6 of the 1992 World Series in Atlanta,' Lee said this week, just as the band was leaving Toronto for Tampa to open a tour.
'Sitting with my brother Allan and beside Candy Maldonado's dentist from Puerto Rico and the wives of the Blue Jay coaches...an island of Jays fans in a sea of Braves T-shirts, cheering in the top of the 11th inning as Dave Winfield hit a double off of Charlie Liebrandt to drive in two runs, which would lead to the Blue Jays capturing the Holy Grail, a long-awaited World Series championship.
 'Truly the greatest Blue Jay play for me...Even the 1993 championship and Joe Carter's jaw-dropping home run could not compare to that spectacular moment in Atlanta."
Thanks to Eric from Power Windows for passing along the news.

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