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CARLOS LEE RUMORS & GOSSIP

White Sox Great Carlos "El Caballo" Lee Retires

Carlos Lee announced his retirement on Friday after 14 seasons in the Major Leagues with five different teams.  Lee spent 6 years with the White Sox and played more games for the Sox than any other team during his career. While he hasn’t donned the silver and black since 2004, Lee is fondly remembered for his time on the South Side and we look back at his Sox career...
Via Grab Some Bench
June 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Adiós, El Caballo: Carlos Lee retires

Despite saying he had offers from four teams to play this season, 14-year veteran Carlos Lee officially announced his retirement today. One of the more consistent hitters of the 2000s, the three-time All-Star from Panama finishes his career with a .285/.339/.483 line, with 469 doubles, 358 home runs and an OPS+ of 113. Never the best defender, his WAR numbers were never spectacular...
Via The Outside Corner
June 21, 2013  |  Discuss
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