|Born: July 12, 1894|
Oxford, North Carolina
|Died: January 29, 1963 (aged 68)|
Daytona Beach, Florida
|April 19, 1915, for the St. Louis Cardinals|
|Last MLB appearance|
|April 29, 1929, for the Pittsburgh Pirates|
|Earned run average||3.37|
|Career highlights and awards|
Henry Lee "Specs" Meadows (July 12, 1894 – January 29, 1963) was a professional baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher over parts of 15 seasons (1915–1929) with the St. Louis Cardinals, Philadelphia Phillies and Pittsburgh Pirates.
Meadows played on two National League pennant winners with the Pirates (1925 and 1927), winning the 1925 World Series. He opposed future Hall of Famer Walter Johnson as the Game 1 starting pitchers of that '25 Series. He finished 0–2 in two postseason appearances with a 6.28 ERA.
Meadows currently ranks sixth in Pirates history with a .629 winning percentage.
Meadows was one of the few players in the early 20th century who wore glasses in the field, earning him the nickname "Specs." He was born in Oxford, North Carolina and died in Daytona Beach, Florida at the age of 68.
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