Rush lead singer has awesome piece of baseball memorabilia
The lead singer of one of the most successful rock bands in history is passionate about more than just music, and he has an awesome piece of memorabilia to prove it.
Geddy Lee, the lead singer and bassist for Rush, had a very unique reason for requesting Albert Pujols’ autograph before Tuesday night’s game between the Blue Jays and Angels. Lee, who hails from Toronto, has a baseball that is autographed by every member of the 3,000-hit club, and Pujols is the most recent to have accomplished the feat.
Another Geddy Lee moment with #Angels as he & @PujolsFive chatted after BP. Geddy has a baseball w the signatures of ALL the members of the 3000-Hit Club & he needed its newest member…done! Both guys truly love the game of baseball & have a deep appreciation for its history. pic.twitter.com/VDMyzzK6E9
— Victor Rojas (@VictorRojas) May 23, 2018
The 3,000-hit club includes MLB legends like Pete Rose, Hank Aaron, Derek Jeter, Cal Ripken Jr. and many more, so it’s safe to assume Lee’s sports memorabilia collection is worth a pretty penny.