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Lee has covered the Omaha Storm Chasers (the Triple-A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals) for various websites over the past five seasons.

He's also interviewed and written features about a number of MLB players, including Albert Pujols, Manny Ramirez, Torii Hunter, Mark Texeira, Mike Sweeney, Todd Jones, Kent Bottenfield and others for various magazines, newspapers and websites.

Lee covered the College World Series the past four seasons for various publications as well.

He also has six non-fiction books in print. His latest, "Racin' Flat Out for Christ" was published in 2013 by Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas.

A Fan Of...

  • MLB Kansas City Royals
  • NFL Pittsburgh Steelers
  • NASCAR Mark Martin, Carl Edwards, Michael McDowell
  • Tennis Andre Agassi, David Ferrer, Andy Murray, Petra Kvitova, Maria Kirilenko
User Blog

90-year-old former minor leaguer sinks 2nd hole-in

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Bucky Boehm played six seasons in the minor leagues from 1946-51. He says hitting kept him from reaching the major leagues, but at the age of 90, he's still taking his hacks on the golf course.

Interview with Manny Ramirez

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Manny Ramirez says he still needs a lot of work in his comeback effort, but he is trying to get there little by little. The polarizing figure just wants to enjoy the game now.

Manny Ramirez, All-Stars and Patriotic Aliens

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Yes, Manny Ramirez is playing in the PCL and so far everybody seems to be having fun with it, one way or another.

Restriction-Free Danny Duffy Confident in Recovery

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Royals pitcher Danny Duffy is finally restriction free after Tommy John surgery last year and if his last two outings for Omaha are any indication of things to come, he's ready for a return to the...

2013 College World Series Wrap Up

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Final thoughts about TD Ameritrade Park's dimensions, the baseball that the college game is using, and a few interesting CWS stats.

CWS: UCLA Ace Adam Plutko Solid in Bruin Win

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Plutko stuck to his game plan in game one of the CWS Championship Series and it worked. UCLA's bullpen took it from there.

CWS: Rosenblatt Memorial Drawing Crowds

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Johnny Rosenblatt's Infield at the Zoo was opened to the public recently and it is drawing large crowds during the College World Series.

OSU Coach Pat Casey Leaves Memories at Hospital

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Oregon State University head baseball coach Pat Casey gave a 20-year-old OSU fan his bracelet at Children's Hospital & Medical Center in Omaha during a team hospital visit and it brought her to tears.

LSU K Lady Makes Her TD Ameritrade Park Debut

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LSU superfan, Anita Haywood (known as The K Lady), made her first appearance at TD Ameritrade Park this week after attending the College World Series to support LSU eleven times at Rosenblatt Stadium.

Broadcaster Howard Borden: A Flavor of Rosenblatt

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Radio broadcaster Howard Borden is an old school radio broadcaster in a new venue who brings a wealth of knowledge and enthusiasm for the college game with him.

Negro Leagues Exhibits Display History at CWS

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The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum is showing two exhibits at the College World Series that showcase players who deserve to be remembered.

Bill Jensen: Voice of the College World Series

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PA announcer Bill Jensen begins his 13th College World Series behind the microphone and he's having too much fun to stop any time soon.

A Report on Astros Prospect Jonathan Villar

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The No. 12 prospect in the Astros organization is aggressive in all aspects of the game. Houston is looking for more consistency before calling him up to the big leagues.

Royals Prospect Yordano Ventura Draws Omaha Raves

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Nicknamed "Lil' Pedro," Ventura's manager says he has a better fastball than Zack Greinke

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Storm Chasing: Flat Tires, Reunions and Scrabble Apps

The Triple-A Omaha Storm Chasers had an interesting time trying to get home after the game was postponed in Oklahoma City last week. They had to take cover at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark because...

Around the Pacific Coast League: June 7

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News from around the Pacific Coast League, including news about one team that is moving, several transactions and information about how you can vote for the Triple-A All-Star Game.

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Royals Moving Giavotella Around for Versatility

Photo: Minda Haas Johnny Giavotella played left field tonight for the second time this year for the Omaha Storm Chasers (the Triple-A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals) and he looked more...

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Storm Chasing: Relief Work, Nicknames, and More

I am renaming this column "Storm Chasing." Makes more sense than the previous name. So, here is the latest news about the Omaha Storm Chasers (the Triple-A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals): T...

Branch Rickey III Says "42" Brings History Alive

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Branch Rickey III, the president of the Pacific Coast League since 1998 and grandson of Branch Rickey, believes "42" is a conversation starter

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Storm Warning: Tidbits from Omaha, May 20-25

Photo: Mark Kuhlmann / Omaha Storm Chasers I'm starting a column today called "Storm Warning." It'll contain tidbits of information about the Triple-A Omaha Storm Chasers and the team's fans. T...

Padres Prospects Erlin and Boxberger in Omaha

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LHP prospect Robbie Erlin and RHP prospect Brad Boxberger are looking to get back on track after their recent struggles for Triple-A Tucson

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Royals Prospect Christian Colon Learning to Handle Pressure

Christian Colon (via Minda Haas) Royals middle infield prospect Christian Colon, blasted a two-run, game-winning home run to centerfield in the seventh inning last night against Tucson in...

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Royals Prospect Michael Mariot Looks Confident

Pacific Coast League report from Lee Warren

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Lough Held Out for 'Potential Call Up'

David Lough in action earlier this season (via Minda Haas) Speculation started when the Omaha Storm Chasers lineup was announced for the game tonight in Omaha against the Las Vegas 51s and...

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Royals Taking a Look at Giavotella at Third Base?

Johnny Giavotella (via Minda Haas) Royals infielder Johnny Giavotella came into play tonight for the Omaha Storm Chasers 0-for-his-last-19, but he broke out of his slump in Game 1 of a...

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Hitting Coach Says David Lough’s Approach is Improved

David Lough in action. (via Minda Haas) Going into play today, Royals No. 24 prospect David Lough is riding a 14-game hitting streak for Triple-A Omaha. Yesterday, he plugged the gap in right...

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LHP Dwyer Delivers His Fifth Straight Quality Start

Chris Dwyer in action for Omaha earlier this season (via Minda Haas) Royals prospect Chris Dwyer contiues to impress in Triple-A Omaha. He tossed 6 1/3 shutout innings against Memphis on Sunday...

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Scoreless Inning Streak Ends for John Gast

Cardinals prospect John Gast took a 29 2/3 scoreless inning streak (spanning his first five starts) into action tonight in Omaha for Triple-A Memphis and extended it to 32.0 innings before it was...

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Royals Prospect, Lough, on Fire

David Lough (via Minda Haas) Kansas City Royals prospect David Lough extended his hitting streak to twelve games tonight in New Orleans. The 27-year-old outfielder, who is playing his fourth...

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