Mike Lowell puts bitterness behind

He's an everyday player again so there's no time for what-ifs

Updated: August 7, 2010, 3:01 AM ET
By Joe McDonald | ESPNBoston.com

NEW YORK -- Red Sox first baseman Mike Lowell had just finished putting on his batting practice uniform. He must have felt the warm breath on the back of his neck because he quickly turned his chair around to face the middle of the visitors clubhouse at Yankee Stadium and sat down.

In front of him stood 15-20 reporters, waiting to hear the veteran's take on his season and what lies ahead. It's no secret by now that he's been utterly frustrated, disappointed and hurt by his lack of playing ...

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