Former B-Met Ace Bill Pulsipher Back at NYSEG Stadium
Former Binghamton Met standout pitcher Bill Pulsipher returned to the stadium where he ruled a few years ago but this time he was watching his son battle for a New York State Public High School Athletic Association Championship. Liam Pulsipher was a key contributor for his Center Moriches High School baseball team as a standout pitcher and centerfielder. His Red Devils team defeated Seton Catholic Central 10-7 at NYSEG Stadium on Saturday to win the state Class B crown. Liam is headed to Stony Brook University to play baseball for the Seawolves.
Bill Pulsipher was a key member of the Binghamton Mets 1994 Eastern League Championship team. He posted a 14-9 record with a 3.22 ERA in 201 innings pitched. His most memorable moment in that season came in the championship round of the playoffs where the southpaw pitched the Eastern League's first post-season no-hitter. He shutout Harrisburg as the B-Mets evened the series at one win apiece with a 2-0 victory.
Pulsipher returned to Binghamton in 1997 after arm surgery the previous season. In 10 appearances out of the bullpen he posted a 1.42 ERA.
Pusipher played six seasons of Major league Baseball and finished with a 13-19 record with five different teams including the New York Mets. He hosts pitching seminars and gives pitching lessons during the winter months near his home on Long Island.