The Phillies are sending a representative to Phoenix, Arizona next Tuesday to watch free agent left-hander Noah Lowry throw.
According to Jerry Crasnick of ESPN.com, free agent left-hander Noah Lowry will hold a private workout for interested teams next Tuesday in Phoenix.
Updating a previous item, Corey Brock of MLB.com writes that it's "nearly certain" the Padres aren't in on free agent left-hander Noah Lowry.
Hank Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports that free agent left-hander Noah Lowry is close to deciding on a team.
Corey Brock of MLB.com reports that the Padres are one of several teams who have shown interest and requested medical records on free agent left-hander Noah Lowry.
The Dodgers have requested medical records on left-hander Noah Lowry, according to agent Damon Lapa
The Reds are among the teams with interest in free agent left-hander Noah Lowry, reports Mark Sheldon of MLB.com.
According to Dejan Kovacevic of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Pirates are in pursuit of free agent left-hander Noah Lowry.
According to his agent, Noah Lowry will be removed from the Giants' 40-man roster and become a free agent.
Giants transferred LHP Noah Lowry from the 15-day to the 60-day disabled list.
The Giants issued a statement Tuesday night in response to accusations that the club's medical staff misdiagnosed Noah Lowry's forearm injury.
Noah Lowry's agent, Damon Lapa, has accused the Giants' medical staff of misdiagnosing his client's forearm injury in 2008.
Noah Lowry is scheduled to undergo surgery this week to have a rib removed from his left side.
Giants placed LHP Noah Lowry on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to March 27, with a strained left shoulder.