Carlos Lee Autograph

Carlos Lee

Carlos Noriel Lee (born June 20, 1976), nicknamed "El Caballo", is a Panamanian former professional baseball first baseman and left fielder who played in Major League Baseball (MLB) from 1999–2012 with the Chicago White Sox, Milwaukee Brewers, Texas Rangers, Houston Astros and Miami Marlins. He had 17 career grand slams, ranking him seventh in MLB history (tied with Jimmie Foxx and Ted Williams); his seven grand slams hit with the Astros is a club record. More about Carlos Lee

Current items with a signature of Carlos Lee

These are the most current items with a signature of Carlos Lee that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1999 SP Signature Edition Carlos Lee Signed AUTO Chicago White Sox$0.99logo
thumbnail2005 Diamond Kings Signature #61 Carlos Lee Auto 7/10 White Sox$25.00logo
thumbnail2005 Leaf Century Silver Carlos Lee Autograph Chicago White Sox /100$5.00logo
thumbnail2005 Prime Patches Carlos Lee Autograph #43 Milwaukee Brewers$14.95logo
thumbnailAutograph Warehouse 585445 Carlos Lee Autographed Baseball Card - Chicago White Sox - 2002 Fleer Baseball Card No.245$26.92logo
thumbnailAutograph Warehouse 585731 Carlos Lee Autographed Baseball Card - Chicago White Sox - 2002 Donruss Leaf Baseball Card No.15$26.92logo
thumbnailCarlos Lee 1999 SP Top Prospects #73 Chicago White Sox (PERSONAL AUTOGRAPH)$15.00logo
thumbnailCarlos Lee 1999 Team Best Rookie Signature Autograph AUTO RC *WHITE SOX ASTROS*$5.95logo
thumbnailWhite Sox Carlos Lee Auto Signed 1998 UD Minor League Card #38 TOUGH SIG N$19.99logo

Traded items with a signature of Carlos Lee

In total, we tracked 736 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Carlos Lee (CARLOS LEE AUTOGRAPHED JERSEY JSA CERTIFIED SIGNED GAME USED BIRMINGHAM BARONS) was sold in March 2019 for $325.00 while the cheapest item (Carlos Lee 99 Team Best Certified AUTO Signed card) found a new owner for $0.01 in January 2011. The month with the most items sold (25) was May 2008 with an average selling price of $14.99 for an autographed item of Carlos Lee. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in March 2019 with $325.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.50 was March 2018. In average, an autographed item from Carlos Lee is worth $9.99.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Carlos Lee were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1999 Upper Deck SP Signature Edition Carlos Lee Autographed Auto Signed$3.99logo
thumbnail1999 Upper Deck SP Signature Edition Carlos Lee Autographed Auto Signed$5.00logo
thumbnail2003 Playoff Piece of the Game Autographs Autographed #POG-22 Carlos Lee Auto$3.22logo
thumbnail2004 Playoff Honors Signature Silver Baseball Card #51 Carlos Lee/100 AUTO$5.00logo
thumbnail2005 Playoff Prestige Xtra Bases Blue Auto Autograph #145 Carlos Lee /25 SP SSP$9.99logo
thumbnailCarlos Lee 1998 Upper Deck SP Top Prospects Auto Chirography Autograph (825)$3.99logo
thumbnailCarlos Lee 1999 sp signature auto autograph$3.63logo
thumbnailCarlos Lee 1999 SP Signature Edition Autograph Auto Signed #CL Chicago White Sox$6.99logo
thumbnailCarlos Lee Chicago White Sox Autographed Baseball$12.00logo
thumbnailCARLOS LEE Signed 2001 Topps Heritage Baseball Card #419 Chicago White Sox w COA$5.88logo

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Latest News about Carlos Lee

Ex-Astros slugger Carlos Lee records sale of Texas home (11/02/14): Former professional baseball player Carlos Lee has parted ways with his mansion-estate in Sugar Land, Texas, selling the 9,117-square-foot residence for $1.56 million.

Carlos Lee retires with 358 career home runs (06/22/13): Carlos Lee, who played for the Houston Astros and Miami Marlins last year, announced his retirement after 14 seasons in the majors, ESPNDeportes,com reported. Lee, 37, came up with the White Sox as a 23-year-old in 1999.        

Slugger Carlos Lee ends career (06/22/13): According to published reports, veteran slugger Carlos Lee has officially retired from baseball

Ex-Sox Carlos Lee announces retirement (06/21/13): Carlos Lee, who played for the Houston Astros and Miami Marlins last year, announced his retirement after 14 seasons in the majors, ESPNDeportes,com reported.        

Carlos Lee, former All-Star OF, opts to retire (06/21/13): Former All-Star outfielder Carlos Lee has retired from baseball, ending a 14-year career in the major leagues. Go to news article

Older News Stories about Carlos Lee

Slugger Carlos Lee ends career (06/2013): According to published reports, veteran slugger Carlos Lee has officially retired from baseball

Dan Peschong: Carlos Lee fulfilled expectations with the Astros (11/2012): Dan Peschong takes a controversial stand today, submitting that Carlos Lee actually fulfilled expectations in his six-year, $100 million contract. Go to news article

Miami Marlins’ Carlos Lee wants to be known as a good-fielding first baseman (09/2012): Carlos Lee already has a reputation as an RBI producer. But he also wants to be known as an above-average first baseman.

RBI producer Carlos Lee hopes to return to Marlins in 2013 (08/2012): Carlos Lee knows there’s a chance he might play for a different team next year. But he said he’d like to return to the Marlins.

HBT: Carlos Lee reportedly turned down deal to Yanks (07/2012): 3:25 p.m. EDT update: USATODAY’s Bob Nightengale reports that Soriano won’ t be moved before the deadline. Of course, with his contract, he’ll clear waivers and could be dealt afterwards. CBS Sports’ Danny Knobler confirms that “Tigers people say they are not getting Soriano.” ///

Source: Dodgers eye Carlos Lee (06/2012): The Dodgers, trying to add a big bat, are in discussions with the Astros about a trade for first baseman Carlos Lee, according to major-league sources.

2011 MLB Trade Rumors – LA Angels Looking at Carlos Lee? (09/2011): The LA Angels lost three of four to the AL West leading Texas Rangers last week, and the thought of winning the division seemed lost, but the team has rebounded since that series and now trail Texas by . . .