July 21, 1990 |
|Bats: Left||Throws: Right|
Lowery attended James Madison University, where he played for the James Madison Dukes baseball team in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA). Lowery was CAA Player of the Year, ECAC PLayer of the Year, National Hitter of the Year, and an All-American while at James Madison. He was first team All-CAA catcher as a junior and second team All-CAA catcher as a sophomore. Lowery was the 2011 recipient of the Johnny Bench Award for the best catcher in college baseball.
Lowery was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 4th round of the 2011 Major League Baseball Draft. The Indians invited Lowery to spring training in 2014 and blasted a grand slam home run in his first spring training at bat against the Reds on February 27.
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- Catcher Lowery had to learn to keep emotions in check | The Wichita Eagle
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