A’s infielder Jed Lowrie jokingly calls his double-ear flap helmet his “fortress of solitude.” Most players wear one-flap models. ... Lowrie celebrates as he slides to score an inside-the-park two-run home run for the Oakland Athletics during an exhbition game against the San Francisco Giants, Saturday, April 2, 2016, in Oakland.
A’s infielder Jed Lowrie jokingly calls his double-ear flap helmet his “fortress of solitude.” Most players wear one-flap models. ... Lowrie celebrates as he slides to score an inside-the-park two-run home run for the Oakland Athletics during an exhbition game against the San Francisco Giants, Saturday, April 2, 2016, in Oakland. Ben Margot The Associated Press
A’s infielder Jed Lowrie jokingly calls his double-ear flap helmet his “fortress of solitude.” Most players wear one-flap models. ... Lowrie celebrates as he slides to score an inside-the-park two-run home run for the Oakland Athletics during an exhbition game against the San Francisco Giants, Saturday, April 2, 2016, in Oakland. Ben Margot The Associated Press

For A’s Jed Lowrie, two flaps are safer than one

April 18, 2016 5:11 PM

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