Mike Lee

1960 Topps

Lee pitched in 13 games during two brief stints in big leagues. He got his first chance at the age of 19 when the Cleveland Indians called him up in 1960. Pitching exclusively out of the bullpen, Lee did not allow an earned run in nine total innings of work. He did, however, give up six hits and issue 11 bases on balls and he returned to the minor leagues for the next two seasons. His next chance came in 1963 with the Los Angeles Angels. Lee pitched in six games that year, making four starts. He was 1-1 with a 3.81 ERA. Wildness again plagued him as he walked 14 in 26 innings pitched. Lee pitched in the minors through 1965 before calling it quits.


Mike Lee – career stats

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