Khalil Lee

#24 RF / Kansas City Royals / EXP: 0YRS / MINORS Height: 5-10 Weight: 170 lb Age: 21 College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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      Royals' Khalil Lee: Healthy to start camp

      Khalil Lee is healthy to start spring training after breaking his hand in winter ball, Alec Lewis of The Athletic reports.Lee will get some time this spring to showcase his skills at big-league camp, though he's unlikely to be considered for a spot on the Opening Day roster as he's yet to reach Triple-A. He hit a solid .264/.363/.372 in 129 games for Double-A Northwest Arkansas last season while stealing 53 bases, though that came with a 28.2 percent strikeout rate, too high for a player without much power.

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      Royals' Khalil Lee: Will appear in major-league camp

      Khalil Lee (hand) was invited to the Kansas City Royals' major-league spring training Monday, Jeffrey Flanagan of reports.Lee suffered a broken right hand playing winter ball, which could limit him initially during spring training, but he'll get the chance to develop with the major-league coaching staff during camp. The 21-year-old was second in the minors last season with 53 stolen bases, but he'll need to work on lifting the ball more to become more effective. Lee probably won't open the season on the major-league roster, but he could make his debut sometime in 2020 if he can further develop.

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      Royals' Khalil Lee: Suffers broken hand

      Khalil Lee suffered a broken right hand while playing winter ball in Puerto Rico.A borderline top-100 prospect, Lee hit .222 with one home run and five strikeouts in five games for Mayaguez. He should be healthy for the start of the season but may be limited initially in spring training.

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      Royals' Khalil Lee: Plates two vs. Cincinnati

      Khalil Lee went 3-for-3 with two RBI, a double, a stolen base and a run scored Friday against the Reds.Lee has been impressive in limited at-bats this spring, as he's now 4-for-5 at the dish. Both of his RBI came in the fifth inning of Friday's exhibition on a single to right field. Lee is ranked as Kansas City's top fantasy prospect, although he hit an unimpressive .245 with two homers and 10 RBI through 29 games at Double-A Northwest Arkansas last season, which is where he's expected to begin his 2019 campaign.

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      Royals' Khalil Lee: Out with back soreness

      Khalil Lee was placed on the seven-day disabled list at Double-A Northwest Arkansas with back soreness, Jeffrey Flanagan of reports.The Kansas City Royals do not believe the issue to be a significant one, but they'll give the young outfielder a chance to rest. The 20-year-old is hitting .245/.330/.353 in 29 games since he was promoted to Double-A.

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      Royals' Khalil Lee: Hit in head by pitch

      Khalil Lee left Saturday's game against Double-A San Antonio after he was in hit in the head with a pitch.Lee, who was promoted to Northwest Arkansas on Wednesday, was replaced by a pinch runner. The Kansas City Royals should provide an update on their well-known prospect in the near future.

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      Royals' Khalil Lee: Promoted to Double-A

      Khalil Lee was moved up to Double-A Northwest Arkansas on Wednesday.Lee was hitting .270/.402/.406 with four home runs, 41 RBI and 14 stolen bases in 71 games for High-A Wilmington this season. The outfielder continues is just 20 years of age and it's likely that he will need some seasoning at the higher levels in the minors before heading to the big leagues. Expect to see him remain at Double-A for the rest of the 2018 campaign.

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      Royals' Khalil Lee: Better success on bases at High-A

      Khalil Lee is hitting .283/.450/.483 with two home runs, six steals (on six attempts) and career-best 21.3 percent walk and 26.3 percent strikeout rates for High-A Wilmington.Most evaluators haven't clocked him as a true plus runner, but perhaps his instincts on the bases have improved, as he was just 20-for-38 on the basepaths last year at Low-A. Lee's patience at the plate and power potential also stand out for a 19-year-old at High-A. He is the third-youngest hitter in the Carolina League and ranks fourth in the league with a 169 wRC+.

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      Royals' Khalil Lee: Shows potential in first campaign at Low-A

      Khalil Lee slashed .237/.344/.430 with 171 strikeouts over 121 games in his first season with Low-A Lexington.A third-round pick in 2016, the outfielder's 2017 had its ups and downs. Despite a poor average and enormous strikeout rate, Lee managed to lead the South Atlantic League in home runs (17) and runs scored (71). His 20 stolen bases ranked second in the league, yet he was thrown out a league-high 18 times. Needless to say, Lee's game needs some polishing before he'll be ready for MiLB's higher levels, but he showed really impressive power for a teenager in a full-season league.

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      Royals' Khalil Lee: Intriguing power/speed combo at Low-A

      Khalil Lee, 19, is hitting .235/.341/.420 with 14 home runs, 52 RBI and 19 steals through 104 games for Low-A Lexington.Whether Lee can hit for average at the higher levels will be the item to watch as he ascends the ranks in the minors, paired with his ability to make consistent contact. Lee has fanned a staggering 156 times in those 104 games. Still, his emerging power and raw speed make him a prospect to watch for the Kansas City Royals.