Brandon Lowe

Brandon Lowe

Height/Weight: 5' 10"/185 lbs
Bat: L
Throw: R
Born: Suffolk, Virginia
College: Maryland
Draft: 2015 3rd round by the
  • Five reasons why this is a huge week for Rays
    Orlando Sentinel

    Five reasons why this is a huge week for Rays

    The Rays have already made two big moves, getting veteran designated hitter Nelson Cruz and trading starter Rich Hill. They are open to adding a starter and are believed to be looking at both big and lesser names leading up to Friday’s 4 p.m. deadline.

  • SNY

    Reactions to Rich Hill trade, trade targets for Mets and Yankees | Baseball Night in NY

    On BNNY, Andy Martino analyzes the NY Mets deal for Rich Hill while Jim Duquette, Sarah Langs and Andy discuss how the Nelson Cruz trade to Tampa Bay impacts the trade market in general as well as potential 2021 MLB trade deadline targets for the Mets and Yankees. Watch more Baseball Night in NY: About Baseball Night in New York: On Baseball Night in New York, host Doug Williams is joined by a cast of leading New York baseball writers and other experts to discuss the latest off-season news involving the New York Mets, Yankees, and key division rivals. About SNY: SNY is an award winning, multiplatform regional sports network serving millions across the country through unparalleled coverage of all things New York sports. SNY delivers the most comprehensive access to all of the Tri-State area's professional and collegiate sports teams through nightly sports and entertainment programs. is the “go-to” digital communal home for New York sports fans to get succinct, easy-to-read updates, video highlights and features, recaps, news, opinion, rumors, insight and fan reaction on their favorite New York sports teams. Check out more from SNY at Subscribe to SNY on YouTube: Like SNY on Facebook: Follow SNY on Twitter: Follow SNY on Instagram:

  • View from the Catwalk: A weekend of Boomsticks

    View from the Catwalk: A weekend of Boomsticks

    Rays News The Rays took three out of four in Cleveland this weekend. They are 1 game back of the Red Sox for the AL East lead. And for those who are already thinking about post-season configurations, the Rays currently hold the first Wild Card position.