The Red Sox have declined to offer arbitration to Mike Lowell.
Mike Lowell (head) picked up an RBI on a sacrifice fly Sunday in his return to action against the Yankees.
Mike Lowell (head) has passed tests for a possible concussion and was able to take batting practice Saturday.
Mike Lowell (head) did not report any concussion-like symptoms Saturday but must pass a few tests before the Red Sox clear him to play.
Mike Lowell was removed from Friday's game against the Yankees for precautionary reasons.
Mike Lowell left Friday's game against the Yankees after five innings due to being hit in the head by a ground ball.
Mike Lowell confirmed Saturday that he plans to retire after this season.
After undergoing an MRI and CT scan Friday, it's been determined that Mike Lowell has a non-displaced fracture in one of his ribs.
According to T.R. Sullivan of MLB.com, the Rangers still have interest in Mike Lowell.
Mike Lowell is still likely to retire after the 2010 season.
Manager Terry Francona said that Mike Lowell will be the team's primary first baseman and anyone else would just be a "complement" to him.
Mike Lowell was nearly traded twice this season, once to the Yankees and once to the Blue Jays.
Mike Lowell hit a two-run homer in Tuesday's win against the Indians.
Red Sox activated INF Mike Lowell from the 15-day disabled list.