BOSTON (CBS) – Derek Lowe will always have the memories from the 2004 World Series championship with the Boston Red Sox.
But for now, he doesn’t have the ring that symbolizes it.
The Lee County Sheriff’s Office in Florida is investigating the theft of Lowe’s 2004 Red Sox World Series ring and a gold World Series trophy, according to News-Press.com.
According to the report, a housekeeper told investigators on Friday someone had broken into Lowe’s residence on Terabella Way in Fort Myers.
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In addition to Lowe’s ring and trophy, necklaces and women’s shoes and purses were also taken. In all, the thieves walked away with about $90,000 worth of goodies.
Lowe was an integral part of Boston’s 2004 World Series run, notching the win in each of Red Sox’ three deciding game victories.
In eight seasons with the Red Sox, Lowe went 70-55 with 85 saves and an ERA of 3.72.
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Lowe now pitches for the Cleveland Indians, and is 2-1 to start the 2012 season.