getty images An ace remains on the market, except that ace is years removed from regularly playing at the major league level. Cliff Lee has drawn little interest this offseason after missing most of the last two seasons due to injury. The 37-year-old left hander missed all of last season and played just 13 games in 2014. As many as 15 teams have been connected to Lee but thus far...
Former Philadelphia Phillies ace Cliff Lee is having trouble getting a team to meet his asking price, according to a report from The Boston Globe.
Former Philadelphia Phillies' ace Cliff Lee is going to work out for teams before spring training, according to a report from MLB.com's Joe Frisaro.
Former Philadelphia Phillies' ace left-hander Cliff Lee may not be someone that the Baltimore Orioles or anyone signs in the near future, according to a league general manager.
Where will former Philadelphia Phillies' ace Cliff Lee pitch in 2016. One report still suggests that there is interest from a divisional rival in the 36 year-old.
One of the best pitchers of the last decade is ready to give it one more run. According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, Cliff Lee wants to get back into his groove on the mound in 2016, if he finds the right fit. Cliff Lee has been throwing and he's received medical clearance. If he finds the right fit, he will pitch in 2016. — Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) December 3, 2015 ...
Cliff Lee is reportedly looking to pitch in 2016 if he can find the right fit, according to a new report. The 37-year-old free agent lefty hasn’t pitched since 2014 due to a torn flexor tendon in his throwing elbow, and the Philadelphia Phillies declined his $27.5 million club option for obvious reasons. Lee isn’t giving up on his career, though, and according to CBS Sports’s...
Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Cliff Lee is awaiting a second opinion from Dr. James Andrews on his ailing left elbow and says surgery would end his season and possibly his career. The 36-year-old left-hander didn’t pitch after July 31 last year because of a left flexor pronator strain. He said his left elbow felt normal as he threw two scoreless innings Thursday against Houston...
The Philadelphia Phillies have traded Marlon Byrd and Jimmy Rollins this winter, have aggressively tried (and failed) to move both Ryan Howard and Jonathan Papelbon, and are listening on Cole Hamels. The forgotten man in their rebuild is Cliff Lee, who made just three starts after mid-May because of an elbow strain. But according to ESPN’s Jayson Stark, the Phillies could still...
Your browser does not support iframes.Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Cliff Lee wrapped up a postgame interview with a loud fart after Monday night's game against San Francisco.Lee took the loss in the Phillies' 7-4 defeat to the Giants, giving up 6 runs on 12 hits in 5.2 innings. After calmly discussing his disappointing performance with a group of reporters, Lee may have stepped...
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