With the looming Celtics and Red Sox games forcing shoppers to make their way to the closest television, a handful of Red Sox fans still came to Barnes & Noble Thursday evening to get their copies of Fenway Park: 100 Years, The Official, Definitive History of America's Most Beloved Ballpark signed by former Red Sox pitcher, Bill "Spaceman" Lee.
Natick resident Charlene Murphy was among those who attended the signing.
Lee is no stranger to book signings, having written co-written four books: The Wrong Stuff; Have Glove, Will Travel; The Little Red (Sox) Book: A Revisionist Red Sox History; and Baseball Eccentrics: the Most Entertaining, Outrageous, and Unforgettable Characters in the Game.
While Lee did not contribute to any part of this book, he said he plans to write more books in the future.
"I wanted to write my memoir when I retired, but I'm still playing!" Lee joked.
Perhaps the signing for his next book will not conflict with a major playoff game and more avid Boston sports fans will be able to come.