Travis Lee
Travis Lee
Travis Lee
Travis Lee
43-Year-Old 1B
Free Agent
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2018 Fantasy Outlook
Travis Lee does not have an outlook written for the 2018 season.
LEAGUE: Free Agent    BATS: L    Throws: L    DOB: 5/26/1975    Show Contract
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Travis Lee Contract Info:
Signed a one-year, $2.45 million contract with Tampa Bay, February 2006. Signed a minor league contract with Washington with an invitation to spring training in Januray of 2007. Released by Nationals in March 2007.
1BWashington Nationals  
March 25, 2007
Lee asked for and was granted his unconditional release Sunday, the Associated Press reports.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
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2005
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2003
  1. Travis Lee 2006 Preseason Outlook
    Lee is still the best defensive first baseman in the game; in fantasy leagues, however, that attribute is as important as good penmanship. His bat did pick up in the second half of last season, so he'll get a chance to be at least part of a platoon at first base for the Devil Rays.
  2. Travis Lee 2005 Preseason Outlook
    Lee managed just 19 AB in 2004, missing most of the season with an injured left shoulder. He's still just 29, but will likely have to hook on as a backup somewhere before reestablishing himself as a lower-tier option at first base.
  3. Travis Lee 2004 Preseason Outlook
    Lee had the best offensive year of his career in 2003, though it was well short of folks thought his ceiling might be when he was drafted way back when. Tampa Bay wanted Lee back in 2004, but for family reasons, Lee decided to work elsewhere this year. Lee will still help a club immensely with his defense at first base. However, the shorter the right field fences are in Lee's new home, the better off he'll be in 2004.
  4. Travis Lee 2003 Preseason Outlook
    The fact that Lee wouldn't be with the Phillies next season was determined long before they signed Jim Thome. Lee and manager Larry Bowa never got along. Lee has defied all predictions for his stardom. He averages 15 homers, 67 RBI with a .255 per season, which would be good if this were 1968. In Tampa Bay, he'll fill the role of a defensive first baseman (or reserve outfielder), and any offense will be a bonus.
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1BWashington Nationals  
March 25, 2007
Lee asked for and was granted his unconditional release Sunday, the Associated Press reports.
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1BWashington Nationals  
March 19, 2007
Dmitri Young's promotion to the major league roster likely squeezes Lee out of a roster spot, the Washington Post reports.
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1BWashington Nationals  
March 6, 2007
Lee (oblique) played in a 'B' game Monday and went 1-for-2 with a home run, the Washington Post reports.
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1BWashington Nationals  
March 4, 2007
Lee (oblique) took batting practice this weekend and didn't feel any pain, the Nationals website reports.
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1BWashington Nationals  
March 1, 2007
Lee missed both of this week's intrasquad games with a strained oblique, the Nationals website reports.
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