He might be the American League Cy Young award winner but his autographs were cheap this week–and the cause made it an even better deal.
He’s the first Cleveland pitcher to reach 20 wins since Gaylord Perry did it in 1974.
Assuming he doesn’t have a total meltdown during the final three weeks of the season, it’ll be an upset if Cliff Lee doesn’t win the Cy Young award.
As the big leagues’ first 20-game winner of 2008, Lee could sit at home and start counting the money in his next contract, but instead he spent an off day signing autographs for a charity near and dear to him. And fans didn’t need a second mortgage to grab some freshly signed collectibles.
Watch the story from WKYC in Cleveland.