A former Major League Baseball pitcher at an exhibition game

A spooky scene unfolded on Friday night as it collapsed.

Boston Red Sox Hall of Famer Bill Lee attending the exhibition game.

As he was warming up in the bullpen, the former All-Star pitcher collapsed.

Thankfully the 75-year-old pitcher after being cared for by medical personnel

Was able to get out of the field under his own power.

Team president Jared Orton said in an email to the Associated Press,

He was taken to a local hospital for medical attention."

Lee spent 14 seasons in the Majors with Boston and Montreal.

During his career, Lee went 119-90. An All-Star in 1973,

The left-handed batsman helped lead the Red Sox to the 1975 World Series.