The proposed trade that would have sent Houston Astros outfielder Carlos Lee to the Los Angeles Dodgers is off the table, multiple media outlets reported Monday. There were several versions of why the deal fell through. Fox Sports reported that the Dodgers ended the trade discussions when Lee suggested he might veto the trade, although he had not done so as of Sunday. Lee later vetoed the deal anyway, according to ESPN. The Astros can still attempt to trade Lee to one of the 15 teams to which Lee cannot veto a trade. Lee, 36, is batting .285 with five home runs and 29 RBIs. He's in the final year of a six-year, $100 million contract. The slumping Dodgers need more offense, especially with Matt Kemp sidelined.