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New list of Dodgers' top prospects no longer includes Zach Lee
New list of Dodgers' top prospects no longer includes Zach Lee

When a lad and leaving my job as a supermarket clerk to join the family business, one of my customers gave me a little plastic statue of Snoopy doing his happy dance with an inscription from that great philosopher of our time, Linus, that read: “There is no heavier a burden than a great potential.” Tell it to Zach Lee. Lee was considered a great coup when the Dodgers drafted the right-hander with the No. 1 pick in 2010. He spurned a quarterback scholarship at LSU and signed a record $5.25-million deal with the Dodgers, then owned by Frank McCourt. And if Lee never exactly dominated early in the minors, he still showed definite promise and the word was usually...

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