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Marlins bench coach Joey Cora reluctantly fist bumps Carlos Lee (Video)

Miami Marlins bench coach Joey Cora wanted nothing to do with Carlos Lee's fist bump as Lee headed out to the field for the ninth inning of Tuesday night's game against the New York Mets. Since Cora wouldn't reciprocate, Lee took it upon himself to grab Cora's arm with one hand to bump his own fist. Your browser does not support iframes. Video via MLB...
Via Holdout Sports
October 03, 2012  |  Discuss

Carlos Lee eyes Marlins return next season

DENVER -- Carlos Lee was supposed to be the final piece to get the Marlins into the playoffs. It won't happen this season. But what about next year? Lee sure wouldn't mind giving it a shot. "If they want me back, I like it here," the first baseman said before Thursday's 5-3 loss to Colorado at Coors Field, a game that featured Lee's second home run with...
Via Fox Sports Florida
August 17, 2012  |  Discuss

Carlos Lee's swing bloodies umpire

Miami Marlins first baseman Carlos Lee accidentally struck home plate umpire Joe West with his backswing during Wednesday night's game at Turner Field against the Atlanta Braves. It happened in the fifth inning as Lee's backswing hit West in the side of the face, knocking his mask off. A Braves trainer came out to treat West for a cut on the left side of his face. Lee...
Via Holdout Sports
August 02, 2012  |  Discuss

Did Carlos Lee make a bad decision?

Carlos Lee recently vetoed a potential deal to the first place Los Angeles Dodgers. Instead, Lee wound up with the fourth place Miami Marlins.  Was Lee's decision to not head off to Tinsel Town a mistake? In this Three Minutes with T- Money on Ground Rule Radio, T- Money provides you with his two sense on this situation. JUST PRESS PLAY TO LISTEN! If you enjoy the show...
Via From the Stands Media
July 05, 2012  |  Discuss

Astros deal Lee, but move still costly

Lee Deal Not Exactly What Astros Wanted The Astros and Carlos Lee have finally parted ways. After trying to work out a trade with the Los Angeles Dodgers that fell apart due in large part to Lee's disinterest in taking a big tax hit in leaving Texas for California the Astros found a new partner in the Miami Marlins. For Lee, Miami was reportedly not on his non-trade list....
Via Fox Sports Houston
July 05, 2012  |  Discuss

Source: Marlins acquire Carlos Lee

The Marlins, seeking to upgrade their production at first base, acquired Carlos Lee from the Astros on Wednesday, according to a major-league source. The Astros will receive two minor leaguers, third baseman Matt Dominguez and pitcher Rob Rasmussen, a source said. As part of the deal, the Astros will cover all of the approximately $9 million remaining on Lee's contract except...
Via Fox Sports
July 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Sources: Dodgers kill Lee trade talks

The Dodgers have pulled out of trade talks regarding Carlos Lee, according to sources, who say the Astros slugger's lack of enthusiasm over the potential move drove the Dodgers' decision. After Saturday's 3-2 loss to the Cubs, Lee said he would talk it over with his wife and ''probably'' have a decision by Sunday. Lee, who is in the final year of a six...
Via Fox Sports
July 01, 2012  |  Discuss

Source: Dodgers eye Carlos Lee

The Dodgers, trying to add a big bat, are in discussions with the Astros about a trade for first baseman Carlos Lee, according to major-league sources. Lee, 36, would need to approve the trade -- the Dodgers are one of 14 teams that cannot acquire him without his permission, according to sources with knowledge of his contract. The Dodgers, who are using Juan Rivera and James Loney...
Via Fox Sports
June 29, 2012  |  Discuss

Lee a valuable member of the Astros

It has been fashionable for a certain segment of Houston baseball fans to bemoan the fact that Carlos Lee is still an Astro... or that he ever was signed as an Astro in the first place. They are no doubt influenced by his large contract that runs out after this season. But make no mistake about it. Carlos Lee has been a valuable Astro even if some feel he is not worth the dollars...
Via Fox Sports Houston
May 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Carlos Lee leading Astros with big RBIs

The Astros need to beat the Braves Wednesday night to take both their opening series to start the 2012 season. One big reason why last year's 106 game losers have that chance is coming from the bat of Carlos Lee. Often maligned for his real or perceived lack of hustle in the past it can not be denied that Lee can still hit the ball better than the average player. In the final...
Via Fox Sports Houston
April 11, 2012  |  Discuss
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