Lee Stevens, who had three consecutive seasons with 20-plus homers for the Texas Rangers in the 1990s, has returned to professional baseball. Colorado named Stevens a coach with its Grand Junction, Colo., club in the rookie-level Pioneer League. Stevens has spent the last five seasons as the baseball coach at Highlands Ranch, Colo., High School. Stevens has been out of professional baseball since 2003, when he appeared with Triple-A Indianapolis of the Milwaukee organization. Stevens was among many bargain pick-ups by former Rangers general manger Doug Melvin. The Rangers added Stevens on a minor-league deal in 1996, and he hit .281 with 68 homers in three-plus seasons with the club. That included 20-plus homers in 1997-99.
Whatever happened to Lee Stevens?
Dallas Morning News | Feb 6