Lowrie has a big day for the Red Sox

Fuld becoming an icon with the Tampa Bay Rays

Jed Lowrie Week just happened to coincide with Patriots' Day.

Stanford grad Jed Lowrie, Major League Baseball's hottest hitter, homered while going 4-for-5 to extend his hitting streak to seven games on Monday, once again providing the spark in a 9-1 Red Sox win over the Blue Jays. A day after his 27th birthday, Lowrie is hitting .516, and he received an ovation even after striking out on three pitches in his final at-bat in the eighth.

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