He was also known as a Swami. Eilbracht was an American baseball coach. Throughout his career Lee earned All-America honors as a collegiate player. He compiled 518 wins in 27 seasons and won four times Big Ten titles and led the Orange and Blue to the NCAA District Playoffs three times. Eilbracht was also an Olympic coach (1964) for the United States baseball team in Japan and served as the 1st executive director for the American Baseball Coaches Association. He had five children and many grandchildren. Eilbracht passed away on January 2, 2013 at his residence in Savoy at the age of 88.
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