After 17 years in Major League Baseball, former Red Sox postseason hero Derek Lowe is calling it a career.
While the Red Sox-Yankees weekend series in the Bronx has little luster, one story to follow will be Derek Lowe facing his former team for the first time wearing pinstripes.
“John Lackey doesn’t need to be with the team,” Heyman said of Lackey, who hasn’t played this year due to Tommy John surgery. “And if he is with the team, he doesn’t need to be drinking beer.”
There was at least one funny moment from the Indians clubhouse this season, and it came at the expense of the pitcher formerly known as Fausto Carmona.
Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Derek Lowe joined Tony Massarotti and Marc Bertrand to discuss his future and potential return to the Sox. Yesterday, Derek Lowe was designated for assignment by the Cleveland Indians.
Could there be a Derek Lowe-Red Sox reunion in the near future? CSNNE Red Sox Insider Sean McAdam discusses with Gresh and Zolak.
The Cleveland Indians designated Derek Lowe for assignment Wednesday night, one day after the veteran right-hander was shelled by Kansas City.
Red Sox owners John Henry and Tom Werner gave former Red Sox pitcher Derek Lowe a new World Series ring to replace the one that was stolen in April.
Felger and Massarotti kicked it off discussing the Boston Red Sox’s Wednesday night 4-3 loss to the Royals in Kansas City and Josh Beckett’s start tonight.
While the Red Sox try to avoid dropping six straight games at Fenway Park for the first time since April 6-19, 2010, they’ll be facing a couple of players who may remind them of better times.