Derek Lowe

Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman Mum On His Offseason PlanHow will Cashman address his aging team? Will he attempt to go younger or will he stick with his older guns? Will he attempt to deal the virtually untradeable A-Rod? Will he re-sign Nick Swisher? As usual, the longtime GM didn't disclose his plans.
Girardi Sets The Yankees Roster For ALDS Joe Girardi has placed 11 pitchers on the team's 25-man roster for the AL divisional series against the Baltimore Orioles.
Pettitte Sparkles In Return; Yankees Regain AL East Lead In First Of Double-DipAndy Pettitte pitched five sparkling innings in his return from a broken leg and his bullpen barely held on, but his performance kept the Yankees atop the AL East.
Silverman: Lowe Debut Was A Yankee HighDerek Lowe pitched four scoreless innings against the Texas Rangers on Monday in a performance that seemed to have little to do with reality.
Yankees Get It Together, Explode All Over Dempster, RangersNick Swisher hit a grand slam off Ryan Dempster and drove in five runs, Derek Lowe closed with four shutout innings in his Yankees debut and New York beat the Texas Rangers 8-2 Monday night.
Yankees Officially Sign Lowe, Demote Igarashi The Yankees made Derek Lowe's signing official today and optioning Ryota Igarashi to Triple-A.
Yankees Agree To Sign Free Agent Derek LoweThe Yankees have agreed to sign free agent veteran Derek Lowe after CC Sabathia landed on the DL.
Mets Swept By Reds; Offense SlumpingThe Reds completed a three-game sweep over the Mets on Sunday. Mets' bats fizzled as they lost 3-1.
Braves Hit 4 Homers, Beat Mets 4-2 Behind LoweAlex Gonzalez hit two of Atlanta's four solo homers and the Braves finally provided some offense for Derek Lowe, beating the skidding New York Mets 4-2 on Saturday in the opener of a doubleheader.
Phillies Win Lee Derby; Yankees Turn To Plan BCliff Lee is returning to the Phillies, the team that traded him nearly one year ago, leaving the Yankees no choice but to turn to Plan B.
Giants Send Braves' Bobby Cox Into RetirementBobby Cox's first moments in retirement were no different than his 29 years as a major league manager. As always, his team came first.