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Carlos Lee, born Carlos Noriel Lee, is a former Panamanian professional baseball player.
Carlos was born on June 20, 1976, in Aguadulce District, Panama. He is popularly known as El Caballo.
Carlos Lee is also a left fielder and started major league baseball with Chicago White Sox. He is an award-winning professional baseball player. Keep reading for fascinating information about Carlos Lee.
Carlos Lee's net worth is approximately $60 million.
He spent 13 years playing Major League Baseball and has achieved a remarkable 17 grand slams. He became the seventh MLB player to accomplish this feat.
Carlos Lee earns majorly as a retired professional baseball player. His autographed card is around $150.
He makes massive money, but his annual salary is unknown.
Carlos Lee's is about 6 ft 2 in (188 cm) tall.
As of 2022, Carlos Lee is 46 years old.
His birthday falls every June 20. Carlos is one of the most talented baseball players, birthed on June 20, 1976.
Carlos Lee grew up in Panama.
His younger brother, Carlos Humberto Lee, was a baseball player in the minor league divisions of the Chicago White Sox and Milwaukee Brewers from 2001-2007. Carlos Lee started playing baseball when he was young.
Later, he relocated to America and kept performing there.
Carlos Lee is married to Mary Lee.
The two have two daughters, Cassandra Lee and Karla Lee, and two sons, Karlos Lee and Carlos Lee. Carlos lives a simple lifestyle and keeps his personal life out of media.
Carlos Lee is known for Braves TBS Baseball (1973), Prime 9 (2009), and Sunday Night Baseball (1990).
In 1999, Carlos started his major league debut with the Chicago White Sox, and he played for them until 2006. His speed and accuracy made him serve as the designated hitter for a few games.
Following his performance, Carlos was nicknamed El Caballo (the horse), and Lee's fan club was called Los Cabillitos (Little Horses).
During the 2005-2006 season, the Milwaukee Brewers signed Carlos.
In his first two seasons with the Brewers, he was chosen for the National League team and played in the Home Run Derby.
In 2006, the Texas Rangers signed Carlos. However, the Brewers wanted to re-resign him but were unable to agree. Then, Carlos Lee agreed to a deal and decided to another deal with the Houston Astros for six years.
Despite only appearing in 115 matches due to injury, Carlos made a successful second season for the Astros, hitting 28 hits and driving 100 runs.
In 2009, Lee scored lowest among all the major league left fielders. He was full of motivation, driving 102 RBIs while batting 300 in 160 matches.
In 2010, Carlos played first base in a few contests immediately after Lance Berkman got transferred to the New York Yankees. In 2012, he only struck out several times for Houston in 66 games. During his six years with the team, Carlos had no season with more than 65 strikeouts.
After that, Carlos Lee got his last contract with Miami Marlins. He had his first match with the Milwaukee Brewers and gained a victory. Against the Chicago Cubs, he hit a grand slam.
Carlos Lee won numerous awards.
He earned All-Star (2005–2007) and Silver Slugger Award (2005, 2007).
Lee is a car enthusiast. He has a Lamborghini, a Lexus SC 430, a 2008 Toyota Land Cruiser, and a Porsche 911 Turbo. His fan club is Los Caballitos, Spanish for Little Horses.
When Carlos Lee reached a home run, the club celebrated him. Carlos is married with four children and enjoys traveling around America and Panama with his family.
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