Put Lowrie on ice

You think Jed Lowrie is ready for Opening Day? The switch-hitter continues to crush the ball in Spring Training. He had another big night in Sarasota, going 3-for-4 with a homer. Lowrie is hitting .462 on the spring with six doubles, two triples, two homers and 10 RBIs.

“Put him on
ice,” said Red Sox manager Terry Francona. “I’m stating the obvious, but he’s been taking great swings. He’s been swinging
the bat since Day One. He’s probably in a little bit more of a groove because
he’s playing a little more consistently than everybody else. But he has been on
everything. It’s been fun to watch.”

Obviously Lowrie is a different player with a healthy wrist than the guy who tried as best he could throughout the second half of 2008.

“To be brutally
honest, he didn’t get to those pitches last year. Especially towards the end of
the year. He looks like he feels good about himself. He should,” Francona said.

“To be
able to stay on top of that ball and stay through it instead of just coming
around it, that’s the difference,” Lowrie said.


GO LOWRIE!!!! GO RED SOX!!!! I was impressed with him yesterday. Let’s hope he can keep it up all season!


lowrie,masterson,ellsbury and bailey if he gets a legit shot i think are way underated….to be that young and produce is amazing…the farm system and draft gurus should be given amazing kudos….also theo doesnt get enuff credit for his work he has done …..now if he would just trade for teagarden id be really happy lol….judge….

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