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Derek Lowe’s 2004 World Series Ring Stolen from Florida Home

Derek Lowe (Al Behrman/AP)

Derek Lowe was one of the true heroes during the Red Sox World Series run in 2004. He did things no one, including him, will ever forget.

Well, hopefully Lowe has a good memory, because the most important momento from that team’s win, his World Series ring, was recently stolen from his Fort Myers home, according to police.

The ring, along with a gold World Series trophy, were taken from his home last Friday. The items’ combined worth is $90,000.

Lowe, 38, is 2-1 with a 3.50 ERA for the Indians this year.

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