The former Red Sox pitcher's 2004 World Series ring and a gold trophy celebrating the historic championship have been stolen from his home in Florida, according to the News-Press of Southwest Florida.
Police indicate that Lowe's Fort Myers home was broken into and the ring and trophy were taken along with necklaces and women's shoes and purses. The totality of the stolen items were valued at $90,000.
Lowe made history with the Red Sox in 2004, becoming the first pitcher ever to record a win in each of his team's series-clinching victories. Lowe was 14-12 for the Red Sox that year with a 5.42 ERA, his last season with the team.
The 39-year-old sinkerballer currently pitches for the Cleveland Indians.