Jed Lowrie New York Mets

Age: 35 (April 17, 1984) | 6' 0" | 180lbs. | Bats: Both 2B-136 3B-14 DH-4 PH-6
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
HOU AA 2015 5 14 0 3 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 .214 .267 .286 0 13 .250 n/a
HOU AL 2015 69 230 35 51 28 43 14 0 9 30 1 0 .222 .312 .400 11 16 .233 35/21/44 5 5
OAK AL 2016 87 338 30 89 26 65 12 1 2 27 0 0 .263 .314 .322 7 18 .316 43/25/32 4 5
OAK AL 2017 153 567 86 157 73 100 49 3 14 69 0 1 .277 .360 .448 11 16 .314 29/27/43 15 16
OAK AL 2018 157 596 78 159 78 128 37 1 23 99 0 0 .267 .353 .448 11 19 .304 33/23/43 21 20
OAK AL 2019 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0.00 0.00 0 0 0.00 n/a 0 0
NYM NL 2019 5 3 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 .250 0.00 25 50 0.00 100/0/0 -0 -0
Career 12yrs 1114 3987 521 1043 439 746 259 17 104 509 7 3 .262 .335 .413 10 17 .296 n/a
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Guy in my league would have tied me for first with a homer from Uribe, Pierz, Swisher or DYoung in the final game (or the same ChiSox plus Mags and Sheff in the previous game). Needlesstosay, the 'extra' games had me on edge. On top of a homer to tie, a SB coming out of the ChiSox/Minn game would have cost me the title. It was CLOSE.
Tom Ryan toshiro
Oct 2 '08
Well, the guy in first held on. He lost that batting average point, but since Justin Morneau couldn't eke out a hit, his opponent lost a BA point as well. My ChiSox hitters were shut out, so this guy won his first title in 10 years in the league.

The guy in second would have won with one more win and one more hit.
Mike Gianella MikeG
Oct 2 '08
To be precise, that BA point hinges on a .00011 difference; rounding only makes it look as distant as .0002. The first place team hit an awful .146 yesterday and is only still hanging on because the team behind him hit .175.
Mike Gianella MikeG
Sep 29 '08
In the American Dreams, first has been sewn up since the day C.C. Sabathia went to the NL. Moose Factory was the chief beneficiary there, as we slipped into second. We could still slip out today if Magglio and Joyce go nuts for the team in third...
Alex Patton Alex
Sep 29 '08
Lowrie's first MLB SB kept the race in my A.L. alive heading into today's must-win game for the White Sox, as he broke a SB tie between the first place team and the guy he was tied with, robbing the first place team of 1/2 point. Now he's 1 1/2 points up, and has to hope that O. and M. Cabrera out-do A. Ramirez so he keeps his .0002 BA point lead and root against the team that's 1 HR behind him, who has Griffey, Konerko, Pierzynski, and Swisher going for the Sox. The team in 2nd is most likely powerless to pick up any points, so it's all down to those two events.

Anyone else's league hinging on the results today/possibly tomorrow?
Mike Gianella MikeG
Sep 29 '08
Lowrie was just called up to replace Mike Lowell on the roster. Tonight Youkilis is playing 3B and Casey 1B, but if Lowrie, who has always been a SS proves capable in workouts, he will be playing some 3B and the Sox may never look back if his offense is as good as anticipated. Once Lowell comes back Lowrie could wind up playing a lot of SS. As I mentioned below Sickels gave him an A- in his book, very high praise to be sure.
Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
Apr 10 '08
Sickles loves Lowrie. He ranks him much higher than BA, BP, or Keith Law in their top 100s. I decided to take him in my reserve draft ahead of other players who were higher ranked overall because he's closer to the bigs and I think Sickles is better than the other sources. We will see.
Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
Apr 1 '08
Baseball America's No. 5 prospect in the International League. Played 93 games in AA, 40 in AAA. After an injury-riddled 2006, has put himself right behind Julio Lugo on the Red Sox depth chart.
Alex Patton Alex
Jan 12 '08