Wyatt Arnold Lee
- Bats Left, Throws Left
- Height 5' 10½", Weight 171 lb.
- Debut April 30, 1901
- Final Game May 26, 1904
- Born August 12, 1879 in Lynch Station, VA USA
- Died March 6, 1936 in Washington, DC USA
Wyatt "Watty" Lee was a two-way player who appeared in 150 games in the majors in the outfield and 76 games as pitcher.
He broke in at age 21 in 1901 with the Washington Senators as primarily a pitcher, then played both positions a lot in 1902-1903 and in 1904, with the Pittsburgh Pirates, he only pitched. In 1901, he was the youngest player on his team. His sixteen wins that year were the second-most of the starting staff.
He was with the Toledo Mud Hens in 1904 and 1905, hitting over .300 each time.
Lee is one of only two players remembered with the first name "Watty". His real first name was Wyatt. The other player, Watty Clark, had the middle name Watson, from which Watty was presumably derived.