Jed Lowrie

by John Max 14 Dec,2021
Jed Lowrie
Personal Info
  • Birth Name Jed Carlson Lowrie
  • Net Worth $30 Million
  • Currently Married Yes
  • Birth Country Salem, Oregon
  • Married to Milessa Lowrie
  • Famous Name Jed Lowrie
  • Children Two
  • Nationality American
  • Ethnicity White
  • Profession MLB Player

Jed Lowrie is an American professional baeball infielder who is currently a free agent. He was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the 2005 MLB draft in the first round. Also, he played for Housto Astros, Oakland Athletics, and New York Mates. 

Salem, Oregon native, Jed Lowrie was born on 17th April 1984, under the star sign Aries. The thirty-seven years old holds an American nationality and is of white ethnic background.

How Much Is Jed Lowrie's Net Worth In 2021?

Jed Lowrie has earned his net worth widely through his MLB career. His total MLB career is listed below down the table. 

Year Team Earning
2005 Boston Red Sox $750,000
2008 Boston Red Sox $390,000
2009 Boston Red Sox $414,000
2010 Boston Red Sox $434,000
2011 Boston Red Sox $450,000
2012 Houston Astros $1,150,000
2013 Oakland Athletics $2,400,000
2014 Oakland Athletics $5,250,000
2015 Houston Astros $8,000,000
2016 Oakland Athletics  $7,500,000
2017 Oakland Athletics  $6,500,000
2018 Oakland Athletics  $6,000,000
2019 New York Mets  $10,000,000
2020 New York Mets  $4,333,333
2021 Oakland Athletics $1,500,000
Total   $55,071,333

As of 2021, his net worth is approximately $30 million. 

Is Jed Lowrie Married?

Jed Lowrie is married to Milessa Lowrie. He met while attending Stanford together. They began dating shortly after undergrad.

Melissa was a pole vaulter on the track and field team, while Jed shockingly played baseball. The two married on November 12, 2011. 

On 15th April 2008, Lowrie made MLB his debut for the Boston Red Sox, driving home three runs in a 5–3 victory in Cleveland. On 1st August, he hit a game-winning infield single in the 12th inning to knock in Bay with the decisive run and upend the Oakland Athletics, 2–1. On 6th October 2008, Lowrie drove in the series-winning run against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.

On 4th April 2009, his pre-season grand slam was the first major league home run at Citi Field. After playing five games, he was placed on the 15-day disabled list which was later extended 60 days long.

On 8th July 2009, he was activated from the disabled list but a month later months was again placed on the disabled list again with ulnar neuritis in his left wrist. On 8th September, he was reactivated and played his first game back against the Blue Jays in Toronto where he hit a home run batting right-handed. On 4th October 2009, he had his career first grand slam against the Cleveland Indians. 

He missed the starter of the 2010 season due to injury but later had his best. 

On 14th December 2011, Boston Red Sox traded Lowrie to the Houston Astros along with Kyle Weiland in exchange for Mark Melancon

On 4th February 2013, Lowrie was traded to the Oakland Athletics along with Fernando Rodriguez in exchange for Chris Carter, Brad Peacock, and Max Stassi. Due to injures, Lowrie did not have an impressive record there.

On 1st December 2014, Lowrie returned back to the Astros, agreeing on a three-year contrac with a club option for a fourth year.

On 25th November 2015, he was traded back to Oakland Athletics. That season, he suffered numerous injuries which allowed him to play in 69 games only. Similarly, the following season would be cut short due to injury as well.

In the 2019 season, Lowrie set a new Oakland record for most doubles in a season, with 49. In the 2018 season, he was named as an All-Star for the first time in his career, replacing injured Gleyber Torres on the team. That same season, he hit his 100th career home run against Felix Hernandez of the Seattle Mariners in Oakland on August 14, 2018. 

On 10th January 2019, Lowrie joined the New York Mets with a two-year contract. With a knee sprain, he remained on the disabled list at the begining of the season. That season, he waw no field at all. The following season, he did not play a single game with the Mets and became a free agent after the year. 

On 10th February 2010, Lowrie signed to the Athletics agreeing on a minor league deal. On 1st April 2021, he was named to the 40-man roster.    

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