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Travis Lee
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Baseball Player
    (May 26, 1975- )
    Born in San Diego, California
    First baseman for the Arizona Diamondbacks (1998–2000), Philadelphia Phillies (2000–02), Tampa Bay Devil Rays (2003, 2005–06) and the New York Yankees (2004)
    Golden Spikes Winner (1996)
    He became a free agent days after the MLB Draft after he refused to accept a contract over from the Twins.
    Despite being considered the Diamondbacks franchise player, he was traded after 2 1/2 seasons with the team.
    He became a journeyman player following his departure from the Phillies.
    He spent the later seasons of his career as a bench player.
    He walked out of the Nationals spring training, citing he lacked the desire and passion to play baseball.
    He was a member of the inaugural Arizona Diamondbacks roster (1998).
    He was part of the package that brought Curt Schilling to the Diamondbacks.
    He hit the first home run in Diamondbacks franchise history.
    He earned a bronze medal as a member of the U.S. Olympic baseball team (1996).

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