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Drafted: First round, 28th overall in 2010 (McKinney High School, TX)
2014 Statistics: 5-5, 4.71 ERA, 48 strikeouts, 20 walks in 65 innings (Triple-A)
Lee's deep pitching arsenal is what originally attracted the Dodgers back in 2010. The right-hander features four pitches that project as above average offerings at the next level.
His fastball sits in the low 90s and is complemented by two distinct breaking balls and a changeup.
Lee's command is among the best for Dodgers pitching prospects and is a product of his loose, easy delivery.
Although all four of Lee's main pitches are project as above average, none of them are considered dominant or overpowering.
To make matters worse, Lee has had trouble keeping the ball down this season, per Chris Jackson of MiLB.com.
"It can be hard," Lee said of keeping the ball down. "[But] it's one of those things that's the reason why we're here. If we could do it consistently, then most of us would probably be up in the big leagues.