He'll be facing some tough offenses soon enough so we'll get a real taste, but he looked really, really good last night. His fastball won't blow batters away but it had great movement and he was moving it all around the strikezone at will. I'd take that over a guy throwing 96 without movement any day.
It seems the skepticism is too high to get high enough value back in trade, so I guess Lee owners can just enjoy the ride. And if he gets dropped after his first bad outing (which he will), I would probably snatch him up.
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