Derek Lowe was an effective pitcher for the Boston Red Sox. He pitched for seven teams in his 17-year Big League career, and the team with whom he had the longest tenure was Boston, as he pitched for them in eight seasons. Lowe was a both a starter and a closer at various times with Boston. He made 111 starts for the Red Sox and also finished 154 games, with 85 saves. This warm-up jacket was worn between innings or when warming up. The jacket has "Red Sox" displayed on the chest' In the neck is a "Diamond Starter" tag and on the tag is a handwritten "32," Lowe's number. The neck also has a size "XXL" tag that indicates that the shell and lining are both "100% nylon." On the left sleeve is the Red Sox emblem. There's more. A pair of sunglasses were left in the pocket of the jacket, and the glasses are included as well. Lowe was on the Boston Red Sox 2004 World Champions and that only enhances the value of the jacket.