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  1. Astros make a nice pickup; Royals don't

    Keith Law

    Jed Lowrie has agreed to terms with the Houston Astros and will be paid about what I expected, getting three years and $23 million with a fourth-year option for another $5 million. It's a deal that underpays him based on expected performance but pric...

    Blog | December 16, 2014
  2. Astros' return for Lowrie not quite enough

    Keith Law

    In acquiring Jed Lowrie from the Houston Astros in a five-player deal, the Oakland Athletics get a starting shortstop at reasonable financial cost -- just $2.4 million for this year -- while the Astros add three young players with some value but no s...

    Blog | February 04, 2013
  3. Analyzing trade between Oakland Athletics and Houston Astros feat...

    Keith Law

    The Astros got some potential for Jed Lowrie, but it feels like they could have gotten more, writes Keith Law.

    Blog | Conversation | February 04, 2013
  4. MLB - Houston Astros get the best of Boston Red Sox in Mark Melan...

    Keith Law

    Keith Law explains why new Astros GM Jeff Luhnow did very well to flip Mark Melancon to the Red Sox for Jed Lowrie and Kyle Weiland.

    Blog | Conversation | December 14, 2011
  5. Biggest loser in Scutaro deal is Jed Lowrie

    Keith Law

    When the Toronto Blue Jays signed Alex Gonzalez, it seemed a fait accompli that Marco Scutaro would take his place in Boston, although at a significant cost to the Red Sox financially and in the draft, as Scutaro was a Type-A free agent and the Blue ...

    Blog | December 04, 2009
  6. Keith Law: Analyzing the potential 2010 impact of Marco Scutaro o...

    Keith Law

    Keith Law analyzes Marco Scutaro going to the Boston Red Sox. His thoughts? Well, to borrow from a popular TV show, "The Biggest Loser" here is Jed Lowrie.

    Blog | Conversation | December 04, 2009