Lee Arthur Smith
Bats: Right, Throws: Right
Height: 6' 5", Weight: 220 lb.
Born: December 4, 1957 in Jamestown, LA
High Schools: Castor HS (Jamestown, LA), Castor HS (Castor, LA)
School: Northwestern State University of Louisiana (Natchitoches, LA)
Drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 2nd round of the 1975 amateur draft.
Signed June 20, 1975.
Debut: September 1, 1980 (Age 22.272, 11,962nd in MLB history)
vs. ATL 1.0 IP, 0 H, 1 SO, 2 BB, 0 ER
Rookie Status: Exceeded rookie limits during 1981 season [*]
Teams (by GP): Cubs/Cardinals/RedSox/Angels/Reds/... 1980-1997
Agents: Brian David, previously: Bob Gilhooley, Jim Bronner [*]
Last Game: July 2, 1997 (Age 39.210)
About biographical information
Career Home Runs
Hit location and pitches data is shown only for seasons after 1988
(completeness summary of pitch
and hit data
Lee Smith: 1 Career Home Run
0 leading off,
0 go ahead (For more accurate walk-off HR totals, see the Batting Event Finder)
|Gms w/ this # = 0|
are not shown.
||Home Run; Smith Scores/unER
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