Lee May

Mar 23, 1943 – Jul 29, 2017 (Age 74)


Lee May, a three-time Major League Baseball All-Star, died Saturday, July 29, 2017, in Cincinnati, where he lived, according to multiple news sources. For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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Terri,may the Lord keep you at this time in your life as you go thur the loss of your wonderful husband, a great man is in heaven and will be miss here on earth but never forgotten. We love you and here for you .Clevell &Theresa Johnson -Birmingham Alabama

My sincere condolences to the family.
"And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore..."

When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure. So treasure that memory, may your memories give you peace and comfort. That person become someone so special they never can be forgotten my heart goes out to you during this difficult time. I am deeply sorry and it is upsetting to see the painful effects of death, ESPECIALLY SOMEONE SO loved Psalm 36:9 with God is the source of life. Words fall short of expressing my sorrow for your loss. You and your family are...

Hi lee
Now yoyr on heaven's team! Smack some homers out of this universe!

So sorry for your loss. May Almighty God grant you peace as you cope with your loss. Jer.29:11

A friend and great teammate. So sorry to hear about Lee. Enjoyed rabbit hunting in off season. Had a great time. Also enjoyed our visit at Old-timers banquet in Indy a couple of years ago. Mr. MO was a super person. Condolences to Terrye and family.

My heartfelt sympathy to the May family.
Thank you for sharing him.

He will always be a part of my memories. A great person and a great baseball player.

and Lee May rounds third and heads for home...

In the '60s Reds radio called Lee "The Big Slam From Birmingham." In 1969 my history teacher, Mr. Foster, said his father was prejudiced, but Lee May could have stayed at his home anytime he wanted. Lee was a special part of my youth and I'll always remember and appreciate him for that. My thoughts, prayers and condolences to the family.

Bill Radford