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Starting is starting to be a concern for Dodgers
Starting is starting to be a concern for Dodgers

Zach Lee is the last of the Dodgers' bonus babies, a $5-million reminder of an era when a team could lavish however many millions it wished upon a draft choice. He was the Dodgers' minor league pitcher of the year last season, and they nearly traded him for Angels second baseman Howie Kendrick. Lee arrived at spring training as the most advanced of all the Dodgers' starting pitching prospects. The Dodgers have used eight starting pitchers this season, including unheralded minor leaguers Red Patterson and Stephen Fife. They have not seriously considered Lee, despite all the accolades, because Lee simply has not pitched well this season. The Dodgers desperately could use him...

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