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  • Rays' Josh Lowe: Raking, whiffing in Triple-A

    Lowe is hitting .310/.399/.538 with 12 homers, 21 steals and a 32.5 percent strikeout rate through 74 games with Triple-A Durham. He's been drawing a good amount of walks (12.9 percent), but Lowe continues to strike out at a horrendous pace (32.6 percent). The last couple weeks are particularly illustrative of Lowe upside and issues, as he's hit .367 with a 1.078 OPS and eight steals over 13 games (49 plate appearances), yet he's struck out 23 times in that span. As impressive as Lowe's production has been in Triple-A over the last two seasons, his swing-and-miss tendencies continue to damage his potential of developing into an everyday major-league outfielder. The 20-20 upside is tantalizing, but we've seen other players with similar profiles fail to realize it before.
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  • Rays' Josh Lowe: Headed back to Durham

    Tampa Bay optioned Lowe to Triple-A Durham on Sunday, Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network reports. With Tampa Bay needing to clear room on the 26-man active roster and in the outfield for new trade acquisition David Peralta, Lowe and Luke Raley -- both of whom have minor-league options remaining -- were the most likely candidates to head back to the minors. The Rays ultimately elected to keep Raley with the big club over Lowe, who slashed .239/.299/.342 with a home run, two stolen bases, 15 runs and seven RBI in 33 games since his June 20 promotion from Triple-A Durham. Lowe will end his stint with the big club with an active seven-game hitting streak, but he had still struck out at an elevated 30.7 percent clip during his latest run with the Rays.
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  • Rays' Josh Lowe: Not starting Tuesday

    Lowe is on the bench for Tuesday's game against the Orioles, Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network reports. Lowe has hit .232 with seven doubles in 69 at-bats this month. Roman Quinn will start in center field Tuesday.
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  • Rays' Josh Lowe: Heads to bench against lefty

    Lowe is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Red Sox, Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network reports. Though Lowe will head to the bench after a seven-game stint in the starting lineup during which he supplied a modest .660 OPS, he still appears to have a fairly clear runway to a near-everyday role in the outfield while Kevin Kiermaier (hip) is out indefinitely. Rays manager Kevin Cash likely viewed Tuesday as a good opportunity to give the lefty-hitting Lowe a day off with a tough southpaw (Chris Sale) on the mound for Boston.
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  • Rays' Josh Lowe: Tallies second homer

    Lowe went 2-for-4 with a solo home run and two runs scored Sunday against the Reds. Lowe took Joel Kuhnel yard in the eighth inning to tally his second home run of the season. He has lowered his strikeout rate to 13.9 percent while tallying four extra-base hits across his last nine starts and 36 plate appearances. Lowe has also been in the Rays' lineup for each of the last six games and should have a more secure role with Kevin Kiermaier (hip) sidelined.
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  • Rays' Josh Lowe: Smacks two doubles

    Lowe went 2-for-5 with two doubles, an RBI and a run scored Wednesday against the Red Sox. In an apparent effort to get Lowe going at the plate, the Rays shifted him to the leadoff spot Wednesday. He responded with his second multi-hit effort across 14 starts since being recalled June 20. Lowe has struggled to a .170 average and a 29.1 percent strikeout rate across 55 plate appearances in that span, though he remains a regular in the lineup for now.
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  • Rays' Josh Lowe: Losing work to Harold Ramirez

    Lowe is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Blue Jays, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. The lefty-hitting Lowe is on the bench for a second straight game against a right-handed starting pitcher (Ross Stripling), after he was excluded from the lineup for the second game of Saturday's twin bill when righty Thomas Hatch took the hill for Toronto. Prior to sitting out, Lowe had gone 2-for-11 over his previous three starts, which actually raised his season-long batting average to .179. The rookie looks as though he could be moving into more of a part-time role in favor of the righty-hitting Harold Ramirez, who is starting for the eighth game in a row.
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  • Rays' Josh Lowe: Not starting Game 2

    Lowe isn't starting the second game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Blue Jays, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Lowe went 1-for-4 with a strikeout in the first game of the twin bill and will get a breather in the matinee. Randy Arozarena is shifting to left field while Harold Ramirez starts in right.
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  • Rays' Josh Lowe: Hits bench Wednesday

    Lowe is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Brewers, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. The rookie will take a seat for the first time since being called up from Triple-A Durham on June 20. While starting in each of the past seven games, Lowe went 5-for-28 with a double, a stolen base, three runs and an RBI while striking out 12 times. Top center fielder Kevin Kiermaier (hip) is expected to return from the 10-day injured list this weekend, and Lowe's lack of production in a full-time role thus far could put him in danger of losing out on steady at-bats.
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  • Rays' Josh Lowe: Strikes out twice in MLB return

    Lowe went 0-for-3 with two strikeouts and a walk Monday against the Yankees. Lowe was recalled from Triple-A Durham on Monday and started in left field while hitting eighth. His trouble making contact -- regardless of level -- continued Tuesday and marked the eighth time in 20 big-league games that he struck out multiple times this season. However, with Manuel Margot (knee) and Kevin Kiermaier (hip) expected to land on the injured list, Lowe should get regular run in the Rays' outfield.
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  • Rays' Joshua Lowe: Waiver Wire Targets

    Lost in all the hubbub over Cruz and the rest, Lowe was recalled from the minors Monday as well. Remember, Lowe entered the season with as much hype as nearly anyone, as he locked down an opening day job, even leading the Rays to move Austin Meadows on the eve of the season. Lowe flopped, but he went back to Triple-A and just continued hitting, and he's now up to a .293/.381/.536 line with 28 homers and 32 steals in 147 career games at the level. Manuel Margot left Monday's game with a knee sprain that will land him on the IL, so that should help Lowe stay in the lineup most days. If he hits, he'll play, and the upside is sky-high in both points and Roto scoring with his skill set.
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  • Rays' Josh Lowe: Promotion official

    The Rays recalled Lowe from Triple-A Durham on Monday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. With Tampa Bay needing to pare down its pitching staff to 13 men ahead of Monday's MLB-imposed deadline, reliever Luke Bard will cede his spot on the 26-man active roster to Lowe. After breaking camp with the big club as a starting outfielder, Lowe was sent to Triple-A just three weeks later when he slashed .181/.250/.325 with a 38 percent strikeout rate over 71 plate appearances for Tampa Bay. The 24-year-old has since righted the ship at Triple-A with a .929 OPS at Durham, but he's still struck out in 31.2 percent of his 157 plate appearances. In spite of his high pedigree as a prospect, Lowe may still have to initially settle for fourth-outfielder duties behind Manuel Margot, Randy Arozarena and Kevin Kiermaier in his return to the majors.
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  • Rays' Josh Lowe: Expected to rejoin Rays on Monday

    Lowe is expected to be recalled from Triple-A Durham on Monday, Jonathan Mayo of MLB.com reports. Lowe wasn't in the lineup for the Triple-A club Sunday, and he'll ultimately head to Tampa Bay to rejoin the Rays ahead of their series opener against the Yankees. The 24-year-old had a 38.0 percent strikeout rate over 19 games with the Rays to begin the year but has cut down to a 20.6 percent strikeout rate in the minors over 15 games since the start of June. In spite of his struggles in the big leagues early in the season, Lowe should see regular playing time once he's called up Monday.
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  • Rays' Josh Lowe: Trimming whiffs recently

    Lowe has struck out only twice in his last six games for Triple-A Durham -- a span in which he's hit .381, walked six times and stolen two bases. He recently went four straight games without striking out -- the first time he's done that all season. Before that stretch, Lowe had struck out at least once in 26 of 27 games since his demotion to Triple-A. In June as a whole, Lowe has hit .300/.429/.475 with a homer, three steals and nearly as many walks as strikeouts, so it certainly looks like he's turning the corner with his approach at the plate after struggling mightily to begin the year.
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  • Rays' Josh Lowe: Optioned to Triple-A

    Lowe was optioned to Triple-A Durham on Sunday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Lowe didn't have a particularly hot start to the regular season, as he slashed just .181/.250/.325 with three homers, 13 runs, eight RBI and a stolen base. However, he still had regular playing time and is one of the Rays' top prospects, so it's surprising to see him sent down as part of a move to trim the major-league roster from 28 to 26 players by Monday. The 24-year-old will likely be back with the major-league club at some point as long as regains some production at the plate in Durham, but it's not yet clear when that could occur. Harold Ramirez and Brett Phillips should see an uptick in playing time following Lowe's demotion.
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  • Rays' Josh Lowe: Launches first career homer

    Lowe went 1-for-4 with a three-run home run in Friday's 6-1 win over the Twins. The rookie turned on a Dylan Bundy fastball at the top of the zone in the first inning, sending it over the fence in center field for his first homer in the majors. Lowe has had a tough start to his tenure in Tampa Bay, with his 36.5 percent strikeout rate being more than 10 points higher than his mark in Triple-A last year, but he's been making hard contact when he does get his bat on the ball and a hot streak could be coming.
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  • Rays' Josh Lowe: Not starting Wednesday

    Lowe isn't starting Wednesday's game against the Mariners. Lowe has started against just two left-handed pitchers this year, and he'll take a seat with southpaw Marco Gonzales on the mound for Seattle. Randy Arozarena will start in left field while Harold Ramirez serves as the designated hitter.
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  • Rays' Josh Lowe: On bench Saturday

    Lowe isn't starting Saturday's game against the White Sox, Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network reports. Lowe has gone just 1-for-14 with an RBI, two walks and eight strikeouts in his last four appearances, and he'll retreat to the bench for the second time in the last three games, even with righty Michael Kopech on the mound for the White Sox. Randy Arozarena will start in left field while Taylor Walls enters the lineup at shortstop.
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  • Rays' Josh Lowe: Serving as designated hitter

    Lowe will bat seventh and serve as the designated hitter in Friday's season opener against Baltimore, Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network reports. It's rare to see someone capable of playing center field stuck in a designated hitter role, but the Rays will roll with a trio of strong defensive outfielders in Randy Arozarena, Kevin Kiermaier and Manuel Margot for their first game of the year, leaving no room for Lowe. The fact that they want Lowe's bat in the lineup anyway, even against the left-handed John Means, is an encouraging sign for the rookie's playing time. Lowe hit .291/.381/.535 with 22 homers and 26 steals in 111 games for Triple-A Durham last season and should be able to contribute across the board if he's given enough at-bats.
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  • Rays' Josh Lowe: Back to Triple-A

    Lowe was optioned to Triple-A Durham on Saturday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. With Randy Arozarena getting activated from the paternity list, Lowe predictably got sent back to the minors. Lowe had a single, a walk and a stolen base in two plate appearances while playing sparingly during his first cup of coffee in the majors.
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