A four-time All-Star and 2005 Gold Glove Award winner, Lowell batted .279 with 223 home runs and 952 RBIs in his 13-year career. He played for the Yankees (1998), Marlins (1999-2005) and Red Sox (2006-2010).
As the 2007 World Series MVP, Lowell was a key member of Boston's second World Championship in four years, batting .400 with four RBIs and six runs scored during the series. Lowell was also part of the 2003 World Champion Marlins, hitting 32 home runs and 105 RBIs during the season to win the NL Silver Slugger Award at third base.
Lowell's autobiography, Deep Drive: A Long Journey to Finding the Champion Within was published in 2008, detailing his recovery from cancer and rise to World Series champion.
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