The Dodgers are hoping he`s ex-Zach-Lee what they need for the back end of their rotation.
The New York Mets (50-48) defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers (56-43) by a score of 15-2 tonight at Citi Field. Pitching: Well, Matt Harvey didn’t have to worry about pitching with a slim lead this evening, as the Mets tagged Dodgers starter Zach Lee for seven runs on eleven hits in only 4.2 innings in […]
Zach Lee made his MLB debut today and pitched the Dodgers to a 15-2 loss to the Mets in a disaster of a debut. Lee had quite the welcoming party to the MLB, as the first four batters reached via a walk and three singles. Lee only got his first out on a liner into the shift, and then allowed two more singles before inducing a double play for a total of four runs in his first MLB...
After a brief cameo last week, the moment is finally here: Zach Lee is making his major-league debut tonight, starting in place of the recently-optioned Brandon Beachy (and even-more-recently-optioned Ian Thomas). I won’t pretend to know anything more than what Dustin wrote back in April, but it’s exciting to see the 2010 first round pick in major league action for the first...
NEW YORK (AP) The Los Angeles Dodgers called up starting pitcher Zach Lee from Triple-A Oklahoma City to make his major league debut Saturday night against the New York Mets. To make room for Lee, the Dodgers optioned pitcher Ian Thomas to Oklahoma City. Lee, a first-round draft pick of the Dodgers in 2010, is 9-3 with a 2.29 ERA in 14 starts. The Dodgers signed him to a $5.25 million...
Via AP on Fox
He was headed toward a two-sport career with the Tigers before the Los Angeles Dodgers swooped in with a $5.25-million signing bonus and lured him to pro ball five years ago.
Via The Times Picayune - LSU
10 days ago
I saw zero pitches of Zach Lee‘s Oklahoma City debut last night, so this is probably the worst kind of scouting the stat line. But hey, we’ve all been pretty down on Lee’s prospect potential for a while now, so we might as well take some hope where we can get it. Lee went six innings against Texas’ Triple-A affiliate, striking out six while allowing just two hits and a run...
Not much has been written about Zach Lee by, well, anyone this spring — or since the beginning of last season. But his performance in relief of Clayton Kershaw showed some of what he could bring to a big league team. Let’s preface this by stating the obvious: This was a spring training against the Royals’ B-squad (after the starters were lifted), so it isn’t like he was...
It's Dec. 20, and the Dodgers still haven't acquired a big-name starting pitcher. It isn't necessarily a huge need, but it'd be nice to have one more big arm in the rotation.The Dan Haren signing was really good, but I envision him as the team's No. 5 starter rather than its No. 4. But there's a very real scenario in which he's the No. 4 starter, and that isn't the worst thing in...
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