Lucius roomed with brothers Nate and Josh Lowe while the three were teammates with Class-A Charlotte in 2018…the Lowes' grandfather, Edward, called Lucius his adopted grandson and treated him as a de facto third brother...Lucius and his friend, Todd Isaacs Jr., founded the Don't Blink apparel brand…the brand defines its themes as: "the exploitation of simple mistakes which lead to major life accomplishments; displaying a competitive nature that mirrors perfection by displaying physical, emotional and psychological dominance in all walks of life; an attitude structured on the core values of grit, integrity, accountability and dedication...The two also organized the Don't Blink Home Run Derby in Paradise held in the Bahamas during each of the last two offseasons…the event includes a youth camp…the derby itself is held on a raised platform on the beach with hitters mashing home runs into the Caribbean…the idea came as a result of not having a field available with the right dimensions…Josh and Nate Lowe have both made appearances...Lucius is passionate about the continued growth of baseball in the Bahamas, which has produced only six major leaguers…the most popular regional sport is cricket…his signing bonus of $6 million was the highest in baseball history by a non-Cuban international amateur player...Fox first learned of baseball in P.E. class in school…the teacher was a big baseball fan and wanted to assemble a team…"And I just went out one day and I remember the first position I went to was third base and after that I fell in love with the game…and that was it. Once I stepped foot on the field, it's like it was always meant to be."
Split the season between Double-A Montgomery and Triple-A Durham, batting .221/.331/.327 (90- for-407) with 16 2B, 9 3B, 3 HR, 34 RBI and 39 SB in 119 games…his .221 avg. was his lowest since his first professional season in 2016 (.207)...His 39 SB ranked 2nd among Rays minor leaguers behind Vidal Bruján (48)…tied for 2nd in triples and tied for 8th with 59 BB...Led the Southern League with 37 SB and ranked 10th with 60 runs…named to the SL postseason All-Star Team as the league's "Best Hustler."...Ranked by Baseball America as the No. 23 prospect in the Rays system following the season.
Named to the Florida State League midseason All-Star Team…ranked 5th in the league with a .371 OBP and 8th with a .282 avg. …finished 4th among Rays minor leaguers with 29 SB…hit .326/.437/.384 (28-for-86) with 1 HR, 11 RBI and 7 SB in 21 games for the Peoria Javelinas in the Arizona Fall League…named to the AFL AllProspect Team and the AFL Rising Stars Game… ranked by ESPN's Keith Law as the No. 100 overall prospect in the minors following the season… ranked by Baseball America as the No. 23 prospect in the Rays system…the publication also tabbed him as the Best Defensive Infielder in the organization.
Named Minor League Baserunner of the Year by the Rays Baseball Operations department…hit .266/.350/.341 (111-for-417) with 3 HR, 39 RBI and an organization-leading 30 SB between Class-A Bowling Green and Charlotte...Played for the World team in the Futures Game in July at Marlins Park...Ranked by Baseball America as the No. 7 prospect in the Rays system following the season… the publication also tabbed him as the Fastest Baserunner in the organization and Best Baserunner in the MWL in its Best Tools survey.
Played for Class-A Augusta in his first professional season…ranked 3rd among Giants minor leaguers with 25 SB…acquired by the Rays in the Matt Moore trade on Aug 1...Did not play in the Rays organization following the trade due to a bruised foot...Ranked by Baseball America as the No. 16 prospect in the Rays system following the season.
Ranked by Baseball America as the No. 4 prospect in the Giants system despite not yet making his professional debut.