Roy Lee Jackson (born May 1, 1954) is an American former professional baseball player. He was a pitcher in the Major Leagues for the New York Mets (1977–80), Toronto Blue Jays (1981–84), San Diego Padres (1985) and Minnesota Twins (1986).
In 10 seasons he had a 28-34 Win-Loss record, 280 Games (18 Started), 1 Complete Game, 111 Games Finished, 34 Saves, 559 Innings Pitched, 531 Hits Allowed, 260 Runs Allowed, 234 Earned Runs Allowed, 50 Home Runs Allowed, 203 Walks Allowed, 351 Strikeouts, 17 Hit Batsmen, 20 Wild Pitches, 2,366 Batters Faced, 23 Intentional Walks, 4 Balks and a 3.77 ERA.
Roy Lee finished a combined one-hitter with Jim Gott against the Orioles on May 30, 1982—the first day of Cal Ripken's record-breaking consecutive games played streak.
He is shown throwing a pitch in the beginning of the first episode of 3-2-1 Contact.
Was a wide receiver and quarterback for the Opelika Bulldogs in High School.