"Just a clean play," said Lowell, who spent his first four professional seasons in the Yankees organization. "They taught me how to do it."Globe:
We had two rules: You can never peel off, you had to slide no matter if you had to slide halfway; and if the second baseman tried to tag you, you did everything in your power to not let him get rid of the ball. I'm not throwing an elbow or anything, but I'm trying to make him not be able to throw the ball.