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Mike Lowell

Mike Lowell
Mike Lowell is the third baseman for the MLB's Boston Red Sox. Prior to signing with the Red Sox, Lowell played for the Florida Marlins and the New York Yankees. The 2007 season was one of Lowell's best in his major league career, having the 7th highest batting average in the American League. Since the 2000 season, Lowell has appeared in 1163 games as third baseman, the 2nd most games in major league baseball of a third baseman. In 1999, Lowell was diagnosed with testicular cancer, but has since been treated for the disease. He and his wife Bertica live in Pinecrest, Fla., with their two children. (Photo courtesy MLB)
Mike Lowell is the third baseman for the MLB's Boston Red Sox. Prior to signing with the Red Sox, Lowell played for the Florida Marlins and the New York Yankees. The 2007 season was one of Lowell's best in his major league career, having the 7th highest batting average in the American League. Since the 2000 season, Lowell has appeared in 1163 games as third baseman, the 2nd most games in major league baseball of a third baseman. In 1999, Lowell was diagnosed with testicular cancer, but has since been treated for the disease. He and his wife Bertica live in Pinecrest, Fla., with their two children. (Photo courtesy MLB) « Show less

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  • Angels-Red Sox: Game 1 lineups

     
    RED SOX Jacoby Ellsbury, cf (.301, 8 HR, 60 RBI, 70 SB) Dustin Pedroia, 2b (.296, 15 HR, 72 RBI, 20 SB) Victor Martinez, c (.303, 23 HR, 108 RBI) Kevin Youkilis, 1b (.305, 27 HR, 94 RBI) David Ortiz,......
  • Mike Scioscia's closing hedge

     
    It was a subtle thing, lost amid the excitement and euphoria of the Angels' second straight shutdown of the Red Sox in a game in which the gentlemen from Boston were outpitched, outhit and outrun. But it was significant not......
  • Angels-Red Sox: Game 3 lineups

     
    ANGELS Chone Figgins, 3b Bobby Abreu, rf Torii Hunter, cf Vladimir Guerrero, dh Kendry Morales, 1b Juan Rivera, lf Maicer Izturis, 2b Mike Napoli, c Erick Aybar, ss Scott Kazmir, p RED SOX Jacoby Ellsbury, cf Dustin Pedroia, 2b Victor......
  • Bullpen meltdown is costly in Angels' 7-5 loss to Red Sox

     
    Reliever Kevin Jepsen threw a wild pitch to allow the tying run to score and hit pinch-hitter Daniel Nava with an 0-and-2 fastball and the bases loaded to force in the go-ahead run Wednesday night, as the Boston Red Sox......
  • Brandon Wood -- remember him? -- to start at first base for Angels vs. Twins

     
    A shoulder injury to Maicer Izturis set off a series of Angels lineup shifts that will result in Brandon Wood playing first base against the Minnesota Twins on Friday night in Target Field, the first start since July 17 for......
  • Long ball powers White Sox past Red Sox

    Long ball powers White Sox past Red Sox
    The White Sox don't care for style points, as evidenced by Gavin Floyd's newly shaved head after losing a bet to Bobby Jenks. Floyd weaved in and out of trouble through 51/3 innings Sunday, but the resourcefulness that he and his teammates demonstrated...
  • John Danks loses no-hitter, White Sox fall to Red Sox

    John Danks loses no-hitter, White Sox fall to Red Sox
    John Danks flirted with perfection Monday night, but he and the White Sox came away with a frustrating lesson in finishing games. Danks' 61/3 no-hit innings quickly transformed into a 5-1 loss to Boston that saw the White Sox fall a half-game behind...
  • Home Run To Boston: Young Cancer Patient Has A Special Fenway Day

    Home Run To Boston: Young Cancer Patient Has A Special Fenway Day
    "Maybe," said David Alejandro, a slim 15-year-old in a Red Sox T-shirt as he headed to Fenway Park Tuesday afternoon on a bus chartered especially for him. Sitting nearby were former teammates from the Roberto Clemente Little League in Hartford,...
  • AL East: No longer the surprise team, can the Tampa Bay Rays be the beasts of the East again?

    AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST BOSTON RED SOX (95-67, 2nd) MANAGER: Terry Francona (6th season) PAYROLL: $130 million X-FACTOR: If John Smoltz has one more comeback left in that Hall of Fame arm, he should make for quite a midseason addition. BEST CASE: Mike...
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