Carlos Lee

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<b>Number:</b> 45<br>
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<b>Player:</b> <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT004272" title="Carlos Lee" href="/topic/sports/baseball/carlos-lee-PESPT004272.topic">Carlos Lee</a>, LF, 1999-04<br>
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<b>Comment:</b> From Dixie Walker in 1936 through Orval Grove in the '40s to <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT005721" title="Bobby Jenks" href="/topic/sports/baseball/bobby-jenks-PESPT005721.topic">Bobby Jenks</a> today, some pretty decent candidates. Winner is "El Caballo," who might've looked goofy at times in the outfield and was not one of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT008503" title="Ozzie Guillen" href="/topic/sports/baseball/ozzie-guillen-PESPT008503.topic">Ozzie Guillen</a>'s favorite baserunners, but he hit for power and average and had a wonderful habit of hitting grand slams against <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000165" title="Chicago Cubs" href="/topic/sports/baseball/chicago-cubs-ORSPT000165.topic">the Cubs</a>.
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( José M. Osorio, Chicago Tribune / June 7, 2004 )



Number: 45

Player: Carlos Lee, LF, 1999-04

Comment: From Dixie Walker in 1936 through Orval Grove in the '40s to Bobby Jenks today, some pretty decent candidates. Winner is "El Caballo," who might've looked goofy at times in the outfield and was not one of Ozzie Guillen's favorite baserunners, but he hit for power and average and had a wonderful habit of hitting grand slams against the Cubs.

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