Jed Lowrie
2B OAK
1 week ago

Lowrie (toe) reported to camp fully healthy, MLB.com's Jane Lee reports.

EDGE Analysis

He has been running with no issues for months and is ready for spring action after undergoing toe surgery in August. He also underwent surgery to repair a deviated septum back in September and says he is sleeping well for the first time in nine years. Lowrie will be Oakland's starting second baseman this year, but has not been an above average hitter since 2013 (120 wRC+).

Jed Lowrie
2B OAK
1 month ago

Lowrie (toe) will be eased into action this spring, but will be Oakland's starting second baseman if healthy at the start of the season, the San Francisco Chronicle's Susan Slusser reports.

EDGE Analysis

He underwent toe surgery in September for a deviated septum, but the medical reports are good so far this offseason. Chad Pinder and Joey Wendle linger as younger, less proven options at the keystone if Lowrie is not ready for everyday duty by Opening Day. Lowrie has not performed as a league average hitter since 2013, so he will need to perform well early on in his age-33 season if he does not want to be passed on the depth chart.

Jed Lowrie
2B OAK
5 months ago

Lowrie (toe) underwent surgery in September for a deviated septum, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

EDGE Analysis

Lowrie had already had season-ending foot surgery in August, but this issue -- which he indicated he'd had for the past decade -- was also addressed. The 32-year-old is apparently ahead of schedule in his recovery from the first surgery, as he's slated to leave behind his walking boot and is hoping to resume baseball activities in November with an eye toward being fully healthy by the start of spring training.

Jed Lowrie
2B OAK
6 months ago

Lowrie (toe) was transferred to the 60-day DL on Wednesday.

EDGE Analysis

He has already undergone season-ending surgery to remove a bunion on his left foot. This move allows the A's to add shortstop prospect Chad Pinder to the 40-man roster, as he will be needed to man the six spot when Marcus Semien is placed on paternity leave later this week.

Jed Lowrie
2B OAK
6 months ago

Lowrie (foot) will undergo season-ending surgery to remove a bunion from his left foot, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

EDGE Analysis

Lowrie, out since August 4, will see his season come to an end after feeling significant pain for several weeks. The 32-year-old finishes with a .263 average, two home runs, and just 27 RBI in 87 games played. Lowrie's production at the plate has steadily declined over the past few seasons, but his defensive skill set has not receded. Expect him to return to the Oakland starting lineup next season. For now, Max Muncy will presume the starting role at second base.

Jed Lowrie
2B OAK
7 months ago

Lowrie (toe) had an MRI on Monday, John Hickey of the East Bay Times reports.

EDGE Analysis

The results of Lowrie's MRI have yet to be announced, but they should be known in the coming days. Lowrie has said that he's still feeling the same amount of pain in his toe, so a return before the end of August seems doubtful at this point in time. In the meantime, expect Max Muncy to continue starting at second base while Lowrie's toe heals.

Jed Lowrie
2B OAK
7 months ago

The Athletics placed Lowrie on the disabled list on Friday with a left foot injury.

EDGE Analysis

Lowrie has been dealing with the injury for a couple of weeks now, so the Athletics finally decided to shut him down. There is a chance Lowrie could require surgery which would end his 2016 season. This injury could explain Lowrie's struggles at the plate in both July and August, hitting .202 and .125 respectively. Max Muncy looks to receive the bulk of the work at second base in Lowrie's absence.

Jed Lowrie
2B OAK
7 months ago

Lowrie (toe) is not in the lineup for Thursday's game against the Angels, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

EDGE Analysis

Lowrie has been dealing with a sore left foot, more specifically a bunion on his toe, for the past couple weeks and will be out of the lineup for Thursday's contest. He has been playing through it, but after talking about the injury Wednesday, Lowrie could spend some time trying to recover from the injury. He will be considered day-to-day for now and may be back in the lineup Friday, but will be replaced by Max Muncy at second base for Thursday's game.

Jed Lowrie
2B OAK
7 months ago

Lowrie has been dealing with a sore left foot for the past few weeks, but has played through it and remains in the lineup, John Hickey of the Bay Area News Group reports.

EDGE Analysis

Lowrie is indeed in the lineup for Wednesday's contest against the Angels, playing second base and batting eighth. Even though he's continued to play (only missing three games since the start of July), his bat has begun to suffer, hitting just .143/.178/.167 over the course of the last 10 games. It is worth keeping an eye on how Lowrie is playing, and he could wind up missing time if the A's decide that he needs a rest.

Jed Lowrie
2B OAK
7 months ago

Lowrie is out of the lineup Sunday against the Indians.

EDGE Analysis

Lowrie has gone 0-for-12 at the dish over his last three games, so A's manager Bob Melvin will give the second baseman a day off to recharge. Max Muncy steps in to make his first career MLB start at the keystone.