Jed Lowrie is an American professional baseball infielder for the Oakland Athletics of Major League Baseball (MLB). He has previously played in MLB for the Boston Red Sox, Houston Astros, and New York Mets.
As a result of Mike Lowell’s injury, Lowrie was recalled from the minors on April 10, 2008. (DL). On April 15, he made his debut, driving in three runs in a 5–3 win over the Indians.
Injured pitcher Julio Lugo was replaced by Lowrie. Lowrie hit a game-winning infield single in the 12th inning of Jason Bay’s first game with the Red Sox on August 1, 2008, to give the Red Sox a 2–1 victory over the Oakland Athletics.
The other Red Sox run came courtesy of a sacrifice fly by Lowrie in the second inning, which allowed Bay to cross the plate from third base. As the Red Sox triumphed 6–5 on August 24, he hit his second home run of the season.
During the regular season, he played 49 games at shortstop and made two starts at the position in the postseason for the Boston Red Sox in 2008.
Jed Lowrie Parents: Who Are Jed Lowrie Parents?
Professional baseball infielder Jed Lowrie was born to his parents Mr and Mrs Lowrie. Lowrie’s parents are not really in the spotlight as compared to their son.