Dae-Ho Lee is a strong candidate for a spot as Seattle’s right-handed-hitting first baseman. Lee has shown (surprisingly?) impressive defensive skills. In one spring game, his back-pick for an out at second base revealed deft instincts, which could be a key factor in the decision.
Dae-Ho Lee is a strong candidate for a spot as Seattle’s right-handed-hitting first baseman. Lee has shown (surprisingly?) impressive defensive skills. In one spring game, his back-pick for an out at second base revealed deft instincts, which could be a key factor in the decision. Charlie Riedel The Associated Press
Dae-Ho Lee is a strong candidate for a spot as Seattle’s right-handed-hitting first baseman. Lee has shown (surprisingly?) impressive defensive skills. In one spring game, his back-pick for an out at second base revealed deft instincts, which could be a key factor in the decision. Charlie Riedel The Associated Press

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