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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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  • Pickoff Move: Sox Change Course, Splurge On Sandoval, Ramirez

    Pickoff Move: Sox Change Course, Splurge On Sandoval, Ramirez
    In the end, what they do is much more important than what they say. In the end, the players they put on the field in April and October are much more important than the words they stuff into microphones in November and February. Still, it is head-...
  • Marlins' Christian Yelich wins first Gold Glove

    Marlins' Christian Yelich wins first Gold Glove
    The first time Christian Yelich played in the outfield he didn’t know where to stand. After his first full season in the major leagues, the young Miami Marlin stands atop all left fielders in the National League for fielding excellence. Yelich,...
  • Marlins' Stanton wins first Silver Slugger award

    The accolades are piling up for Giancarlo Stanton's superlative 2014 season. The Miami Marlins' right fielder was awarded his first Silver Slugger award Thursday, on the heels of receiving the Players Choice Award as the National League's Outstanding...
  • Marlins slug way back to .500, win series from D'backs

    Considering they did it five times over their first 60 games, the Marlins were hopeful double-digit run outputs would be relatively regular occurrences. Not so. Over their second 60, the Marlins had no 10-plus run games and scored more than five just...
  • Miami Marlins: Steve Cishek's recent success deceiving

    Miami Marlins: Steve Cishek's recent success deceiving
    Steve Cishek became the third Marlins closer to record back-to-back 30-save seasons on Monday. Juan Carlos Oviedo (2010-11) and Robb Nen (1996-97) were the others. But Cishek has hardly been lights-out lately. Although he was credited with saves in...
  • Miami Marlins: Jose Urena, Austin Barnes garner Minor League Pitcher, Player of the Month awards

    Miami Marlins: Jose Urena, Austin Barnes garner Minor League Pitcher, Player of the Month awards
    The Marlins on Thursday named Double-A Jacksonville battery mates Austin Barnes and Jose Urena their Minor League Player and Pitcher of the Month for July, respectively. Barnes hit .330 (33-for-100) with six doubles, five homers, 16 RBI and a .988 on-...
  • Latos, Reds send Marlins to third straight loss in Cosart's debut

    Latos, Reds send Marlins to third straight loss in Cosart's debut
    MIAMI Tempting as it may be to pin Friday's loss on some post-catcher collision rule replay hangover, the reason is much simpler. Blame the Broward kid. Coconut Creek High School and Broward College product Mat Latos became the fourth straight starter...
  • Hechavarria keyed rare Marlins comeback with bat, glove

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  • Epstein has to know Sveum's number is up

    Epstein has to know Sveum's number is up
    Everybody clinches something at Wrigley Field. In the last week, the Braves and Pirates clinched a division title and a playoff spot, respectively, while the Cubs clinched the most home losses in team history and the worst attendance since Sammy Sosa...
  • Prior, Bako recall the Bartman inning

    Prior, Bako recall the Bartman inning
    EDITOR'S NOTE Ten years ago Monday, fans came as close to seeing the Cubs in the World Series as they’d been in six decades. Then the eighth inning of Game 6 in the National League Championship Series happened, setting off a catastrophic chapter...
  • A little history on the Orioles and A.J. Burnett

    A little history on the Orioles and A.J. Burnett
    You know you’ve been covering the Orioles beat a long time when right-hander A.J. Burnett is 37 and a free agent again. News out of Pittsburgh on Tuesday was that Burnett, a Monkton resident, wants to pitch again in 2014 and that he is willing...