Jed Lowrie

#82B,
AVG
.283
HR
8
RBI
26
R
45
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 180
Bat: S
Throw: R
Born:
College: Stanford
Birth Place: Salem, Oregon
Draft: 2005 Sandwich pick by the
  • A's lineup: After big debut, Barreto moves up vs White Sox
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    A's lineup: After big debut, Barreto moves up vs White Sox

    Matt Chapman's first stint with the A's was cut short by a left knee infection. The highly-touted third baseman was placed on the disabled list on Thursday and admitted to a hospital for treatment. He's been receiving antibiotics via intravenous. Prior to Sunday's series finale in Chicago, manager Bob Melvin was asked about Chapman's status. "Our hope is that he gets out [of the hospital] today. I know he's making significant strides. This has been really good for him, the drip of the antibiotics as opposed to the oral antibiotics he was taking," Melvin told reporters in Chicago. "I know once he gets out of there, they want to make sure there's no complications, so we're probably being a little

  • Former A's catcher Stephen Vogt claimed by NL Central team
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    Former A's catcher Stephen Vogt claimed by NL Central team

    Matt Chapman's first stint with the A's was cut short by a left knee infection. The highly-touted third baseman was placed on the disabled list on Thursday and admitted to a hospital for treatment. He's been receiving antibiotics via intravenous. Prior to Sunday's series finale in Chicago, manager Bob Melvin was asked about Chapman's status. "Our hope is that he gets out [of the hospital] today. I know he's making significant strides. This has been really good for him, the drip of the antibiotics as opposed to the oral antibiotics he was taking," Melvin told reporters in Chicago. "I know once he gets out of there, they want to make sure there's no complications, so we're probably being a little

  • David Justice's son, J.R., commits to SDSU
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    David Justice's son, J.R., commits to SDSU

    San Diego State landed a three-star wide receiver on Monday with athletics in his genes. J.R. Justice, son of former MLB star David Justice, committed to the Aztecs with an announcement video on Twitter. David Justice had an excellent baseball career that started with the Atlanta Braves in 1989 and ended with the Oakland Athletics in 2002. He won World Series titles in 1995 and 2000 and was a three-time All-Star. Now his son is hoping to put some trophies and titles on a mantle of his own. J.R. Justice, from San Diego, had offers from Tennessee, Arizona, Illinois and other major programs, but decided to stay close to home. He was being recruited by San Diego State as a receiver, but he was an