Mike Lowell has come to terms with his retirement, but he admits that he misses the challenges of the game during the summer months.
Now, Lowell is a full-time father, which means his challenges now lie in how he's going to entertain his children for 18 hours before he puts them to sleep at night.
The former Red Sox third baseman said it's difficult to just let something go, like he had to do with baseball, but he knows all good things must come to an end.
Lowell, who was given the Baseball Legacy Award at the 10th annual "The Tradition," also said that he's honored to be linked to some of Boston's other great athletes.
To hear what else Lowell had to say at the event, check out the video above.