GLENDALE, Ariz. -- After Ted Lilly's appearance in Thursday's "B" game, the Dodgers trotted out their top picks from the past three First-Year Player Drafts, including 2010 first-rounder Zach Lee.
Lee allowed one run in two-thirds of an inning with a strikeout and walk against the White Sox in his unveiling in front of most of the Dodgers' staff. He was signed at last summer's deadline at a club record (for an amateur) $5.25 million after being considered the most un-signable player in the Draft because of a scholarship to play at LSU.
Also appearing in the game were Ethan Martin and Aaron Miller, the club's top picks in '08 and '09, respectively, each checking in with a scoreless inning. Martin signed for $1.73 million and Miller, a supplemental pick, received $889,200.