"Travis Lee" is a former Major League Baseball first baseman.

Lee graduated from Capital High School (Olympia, Washington)/Capital High School in Olympia, Washington/Olympia, Washington (U.S. state)/Washington in 1993, where he also played football. Being ambidextrous Lee played as a lefty in baseball and as a QB for the Capital High football team threw with his right. While playing for San Diego State University in 1996, Lee won the Golden Spikes Award, annually given to the best amateur baseball player by USA Baseball. Lee was initially drafted as the second pick in the 1996 Major League Baseball Draft by the Minnesota Twins, but was declared a free agent by MLB after the Twins failed to tender him a contract within fifteen days of the end of the draft. He then signed a four-year, $10 million contract with the Arizona Diamondbacks. Lee played on the 1996 Olympic baseball team for the Baseball at the 1996 Summer Olympics/United States. The team went 7-2 with losses to Cuba national baseball team/Cuba in the preliminary round and Japan national baseball team/Japan in the semifinals. The U.S. team won the Bronze medal by defeating Nicaragua national baseball team/Nicaragua.

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I thought I had no shot. I thought I was done. I was just thinking that after I strikeout I was going to ask Greenie, who was on second, how far those things were moving. They were nasty pitches.

That's not like me. I want to be more selective, instead of giving away some at-bats.

It was a perfect opportunity for me to work with sports design graphics, which is what my career goals pertained to. It also let me get my foot in the door to start my career at ISDG.

I'm down 0-2 and my first two swings it looked like I was taking good cuts but I had no shot of hitting those balls. I think if I would have hit it, it would have hit my hands they were cutting in so hard.

My game is gap to gap, and the ball is just going out. That's all I can say.

It was a lot of fun. We got great pitching by McClung, and the offense did well.

Bruce Chen went 72/3 innings, gave up four hits (actually five) and they were all home runs, but he kept his team in the game. He almost went a complete game without even pitching once from the stretch.