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JED LOWRIE RUMORS & GOSSIP

Houston Astros Sign Jed Lowrie

The Houston Astros have agreed to a three year deal with shortstop Jed Lowrie which will guarantee him $23 million. Lowrie was previously a member of the Astros in 2012 after the Boston Red Sox traded him along with Kyle Weiland in exchange for Mark Melancon. He spent the last two years with the Oakland Athletics. The 30 year-old Lowrie has battled injury troubles throughout...
Via Baseball News Source
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Shortstop Jed Lowrie returns to Houston

HOUSTON (AP) Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow says one of the team's priorities was to improve the infield, and the addition of Jed Lowrie does just that. Lowrie played for Houston in 2012 before he was traded to Oakland and spent two seasons with the Athletics. He returned to the Astros on Monday when he agreed to a $23 million, three-year contract. Lowrie says he felt he had...
Via AP on Fox
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Red Sox Jed Lowrie, Astros Agree To Three-Year, $23M Contract

HOUSTON — Infielder Jed Lowrie and the Houston Astros have agreed to a $23 million, three-year contract. The agreement, announced Monday, includes a 2018 club option. Lowrie was acquired by the Astros from the Boston Red Sox for pitcher Mark Melancon in December 2011 in Jeff Luhnow’s first trade as general manager and was Houston’s shortstop in 2012...
Via NESN.com
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Jed Lowrie Signs With The Houston Astros

On Monday afternoon, the Houston Astros announced they are signing Free Agent short stop Jed Lowrie to a three-year deal. According to multiple reports, Lowrie receives $23 million guaranteed to sign back with Houston where he spent the 2012 season. The deal also includes a 4th-year option worth $6 million. Lowrie turns 31 in April and has hit .261 over seven major league seasons...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Lowrie, Astros agree to $23 million, 3-year deal

HOUSTON (AP) Infielder Jed Lowrie and the Houston Astros have agreed to a $23 million, three-year contract. The agreement, announced Monday, includes a 2018 club option. Lowrie was acquired by the Astros from Boston for pitcher Mark Melancon in December 2011 in Jeff Luhnow's first trade as general manager and was Houston's shortstop in 2012. He was dealt to Oakland in February 2013...
Via AP on Fox
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Jed Lowrie Signs with Houston

The Houston Astros have signed a three year contract with IF Jed Lowrie, the team announced via Twitter. The deal is worth 23$ million dollars, with a team option that could make the contract worth as much as 28$ million dollars.   Lowrie is a seven year veteran, who spent the 2012 season in Houston. The 30-year-old’s best career year was in Oakland during the 2013 campaign which...
Via Baseball Essential
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Jed Lowrie returns to Astros on three-year deal

Before Spring Training 2013, the Houston Astros traded shortstop Jed Lowrie to the Oakland Athletics for a package of three players headlined by Chris Carter, who has launched 66 homers in two seasons with the club. Today, Houston brought the 30-year old Lowrie back on a three-year deal that also contains a club option for the 2018 season. The contract is worth $23 million over three...
Via The Outside Corner
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Ex-Red Sox IF Jed Lowrie Signs With Astros

(Getty Images)Former Red Sox infielder Jed Lowrie today signed a three-year contract with the Houston Astros. The 30-year old Lowrie spent his first four seasons in Boston, where he hit .252. Ironically, he was traded to the Astros by the Red Sox in 2011 for Mark Melancon. In only 97 games for Houston in 2012, Lowrie hit just .244. The last two seasons, he was much healthier, and...
Via FenwayNation
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Rumors: Jed Lowrie to the Astros?

A reunion may be in the works as Houston Astros beat writer for MLB.com Brian Taggaart is reporting that the Astros are pursuing shortstop Jed Lowrie, according to multiple sources. Lowrie, 30, spent last season as a member of the Oakland Athletics and saw his value dwindle as he had arguably his worst full season in the major leagues. Lowrie hit .249 with just six home runs and...
Via Baseball Essential
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Oakland A’s free agent rumors: Emilio Bonifacio

Emilio Bonifacio The Oakland A’s are in need of a quality middle infielder. Preferably one that can play shortstop since the likelihood of Jed Lowrie returning is slim. There have not been many rumors as to who the Athletics may be looking to add to their roster, but a player that would benefit the Oakland A’s in the middle infield would be Emilio Bonifacio. During the 2014...
Via isportsweb.com
November 27, 2014  |  Discuss
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