Via MLB Trade Rumors: Five Teams Interested In Derek Lowe Lowe sounds pretty delusional about his future. “I’ve heard the same thing from everyone,” said Lowe. “I want to be a starter … Continue Reading The year’s most head-scratching headline
“Derek Lowe in the bullpen is a Lamborghini because he can do it all. He can pitch long, he can pitch in the seventh, eighth or ninth. This man is … Continue Reading Bullshit artist at work
@mlbbowman Mark Bowman Texted a #Braves player to tell him Lowe had been traded to Indians. His reply, “For? A couple visits to the Rock and Roll Hall of … Continue Reading Name that Brave
UPDATE: Indians beat writer Paul Hoynes says the Braves will pick up $10 million of Lowe’s $15 million salary. That gives FW another $5 million to play with this offseason … Continue Reading D-Lowe traded to Cleveland … really
It’s hard for me to take advanced statistical measurements seriously when sabermetricians keep insisting Derek Lowe wasn’t all that bad. Obviously, Lowe didn’t pitch anywhere nearly well enough to earn … Continue Reading Stop telling me Derek Lowe didn’t suck
#Braves GM Wren said he doesn’t project Lowe having spot in starting rotation. Trade or bullpen are options.
Get out of town, Derek Lowe, and take Fredi Haas with you! Neither has any business on a major league diamond. Larry Parrish, too.
Terrible. That’s the only word I can say. This has been a long year. Probably the worst year I’ve ever had.
That’s the number of games this season in which Lowe has completed seven innings. He’s yet to see the 8th inning in 2011 and tonight marked the fourth time he … Continue Reading The most revealing stat about Derek Lowe: 3
Make it happen, FW. If Detroit takes Lowe off our hands we owe Dave Dombrowski a beer. And a shot for giving us JJ.
He’s been mediocre at best, and he’s not eating innings. Reinforcements are ready. Minor looked sharp his last time out, Teheran has been dominant since returning to Gwinnett (4-0, 1.00 … Continue Reading The case for trading Derek Lowe
Not a good performance by the Georgia State Patrol.
It took nearly two seasons, but since last September (when he won five starts with a 1.17 ERA), Derek Lowe is pitching like the ace he was signed to be. … Continue Reading An ace at last?
DOB links to this report, so I’ll assume it has some credibility. In speaking to my Tampa sources, Brian Cashman continues to “burn up the phone lines” looking for pitching … Continue Reading Yanks ask about Huddy; Braves counter with Lowe
If you had told me a month ago that D-Lowe would be starting Game 1 of the NLDS, I would’ve gone Beau Bock on Bobby. But who’s complaining now? Lowe … Continue Reading The Braves wouldn’t be playing Thursday without him
Soul Brother No. 11 may be back in the Braves’ rotation. He was recalled Monday as a precaution in case Derek Lowe is hurt. Kawakami hasn’t shown much at Gwinnett, … Continue Reading Back to the rotation for KK?
I’ve become convinced that Derek Lowe is what he is — a modern-day Rick Mahler. Lowe’s average season, according to Baseball Reference: 11-9, 3.87 ERA, 171 IP, 172 HA, 50 … Continue Reading Open thread, 7.29, Braves vs. Ellis Valentines
The good: Four perfect innings from D. Lowe, who struck out six. The bad: Another 0-fer tonight for Corky, er, Nate McLouth. The usual: Jay Hey singled and walked, pushing … Continue Reading Inconsequential yet encouraging
Baltimore reportedly has interest, though I’m not so naive to think we could get their promising young LF Nolan Reimold, a right-handed slugger, in return. His back-up may be another … Continue Reading A realistic Lowe trade proposal
Anyone read anything on this? Gonzo and Soriano are bargains and starters like Lackey — a good pitcher but more in the Lowe of a couple years ago mold than … Continue Reading Closers cheap, starters pricey