Indians' Top Prospects: No. 98
No. 98 -- Chen-Chang Lee The Chen-Chang Lee File Born: Oct. 21, 1986 in Penghu County, Taiwan Position: Relief pitcher B/T: R/R HT/WT: 5-11/176 Acquired: Signed as non-drafted free agent, 9/16/08. Strengths: Keeps all his pitches at the knees from funky sidearm motion. Fastball hits 92-93. Also has a curve, slider, change and forkball – regarded as his best pitch. "He's got the skills to rise quickly through our system," said John Mirabelli, the Indians' assistant general manager in charge of scouting. Weaknesses: He's on the small side and being an Olympic and international star for Taiwan is a long way from pitching in the majors. There's work to be done. 2009 Projection: Perhaps Kinston, but a look at countryman Sung-Wei Tseng's struggles in Tribe farm system may show it would be prudent to start Lee lower. Chen-Chang Lee in the 2008 Olympics.
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