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January 14, 1993 | MARYANN HUDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Dodgers, seeking to add a left-handed pitcher to their bullpen, signed Lee Guetterman to a minor league contract Wednesday and invited him to spring training. Guetterman, 34, pitched for the New York Yankees and the New York Mets last season, and had a 1-1 record with a 9.53 earned-run average in 15 appearances, primarily in middle relief. In eight major league seasons he is 35-31 with a 4.37 ERA and 23 saves in 345 games.
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January 14, 1993 | MARYANN HUDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Dodgers, seeking to add a left-handed pitcher to their bullpen, signed Lee Guetterman to a minor league contract Wednesday and invited him to spring training. Guetterman, 34, pitched for the New York Yankees and the New York Mets last season, and had a 1-1 record with a 9.53 earned-run average in 15 appearances, primarily in middle relief. In eight major league seasons he is 35-31 with a 4.37 ERA and 23 saves in 345 games.
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May 16, 1989 | MIKE PENNER, Times Staff Writer
From No Name to No Runs, the incredible Lee Guetterman saga continued Monday night at Anaheim Stadium, with the New York Yankees' journeyman reliever pitching three more scoreless innings to drag his team into extra innings against Angels. The Angels ultimately won, 4-3, in 11 innings on Wally Joyner's sacrifice fly. Guetterman, whose career record read 12-10 and 5.11 on Opening Day, took a 0.00 earned-run average into Monday's game, having strung together 23 shutout innings, which eclipsed Mel Stottlemyre's old Yankee standard of 22 2/3 scoreless innings at the outset of a season.
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April 15, 1989 | JACK O'CONNELL, The Hartford Courant
Step forward, Dallas Green says to the New York Yankees every day. Lots of jobs here. Take one. No Yankee has responded to the manager's plea more than Lee Guetterman, the 6-foot-8 pitcher whose steps forward have been huge strides. Guetterman, who most likely would have begun the season at triple-A Columbus, Ohio, had Ron Guidry not required arthroscopic surgery on his left elbow, has been the Yankees' most effective pitcher, the only one who remains unscored upon. Guetterman has made five appearances totaling eight innings and given up six hits and no walks.
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May 16, 1989 | MIKE PENNER, Times Staff Writer
From No Name to No Runs, the incredible Lee Guetterman saga continued Monday night at Anaheim Stadium, with the New York Yankees' journeyman reliever pitching three more scoreless innings to drag his team into extra innings against Angels. The Angels ultimately won, 4-3, in 11 innings on Wally Joyner's sacrifice fly. Guetterman, whose career record read 12-10 and 5.11 on Opening Day, took a 0.00 earned-run average into Monday's game, having strung together 23 shutout innings, which eclipsed Mel Stottlemyre's old Yankee standard of 22 2/3 scoreless innings at the outset of a season.
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February 11, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Pitcher Melido Perez and shortstop Alvaro Espinoza agreed to one-year contracts with the New York Yankees, leaving relief pitcher Lee Guetterman as the only player on the team remaining in arbitration.
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June 10, 1992 | Associated Press
In only the second trade between the two clubs involving major league players, the New York Yankees sent relief pitcher Lee Guetterman to the New York Mets for relief pitcher Tim Burke. Burke, a 33-year-old right-hander, is 1-2 with no saves and a 5.74 ERA. Guetterman, a 33-year-old left-hander, is 1-1 with no saves and a 9.53 ERA.
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July 14, 1996 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA
Seattle center fielder Ken Griffey Jr., on the disabled list since June 20 because of a broken hamate bone in his right wrist, was activated after Saturday's 6-4 loss to the Angels and will start in today's series finale. Reliever Lee Guetterman was designated for assignment to make room for Griffey. Griffey was batting .299 with 23 home runs and 60 RBIs when he was injured June 19. With ace Randy Johnson and No.
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April 15, 1989 | JACK O'CONNELL, The Hartford Courant
Step forward, Dallas Green says to the New York Yankees every day. Lots of jobs here. Take one. No Yankee has responded to the manager's plea more than Lee Guetterman, the 6-foot-8 pitcher whose steps forward have been huge strides. Guetterman, who most likely would have begun the season at triple-A Columbus, Ohio, had Ron Guidry not required arthroscopic surgery on his left elbow, has been the Yankees' most effective pitcher, the only one who remains unscored upon. Guetterman has made five appearances totaling eight innings and given up six hits and no walks.
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March 21, 1994 | BOB NIGHTENGALE
The Angels are seriously considering converting Russ Springer to a bullpen stopper. "We've actually been thinking about it ever since we got him," Angel General Manager Bill Bavasi said, "but it's been talked about a lot more lately." Springer, who retired nine in a row after a leadoff single in his three-inning stint of the Angels' 5-2 defeat to the San Diego Padres in Tempe, has started only one game this spring. Although he would prefer to start, he says he wouldn't mind being a closer.
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