Jed Lowrie (foot) said Saturday that he's fully healthy and has been running without any issues for months.
Athletics manager Bob Melvin said Friday that Jed Lowrie (foot) will be his starting second baseman if he's healthy.
Joe Stiglich of CSNBayArea.com reports that the Athletics have "at least gauged trade interest" in Jed Lowrie.
In addition to surgery on his left foot, Jed Lowrie also recently had an operation for a deviated septum.
Jed Lowrie will begin the rehab process in two weeks after undergoing successful foot surgery.
Athletics transferred 2B Jed Lowrie from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.
Jed Lowrie's foot surgery will include a ligament repair and cyst removal.
Jed Lowrie will undergo surgery to remove a bunion from his left foot.
Jed Lowrie (foot) will see a second specialist before making a decision on whether to undergo surgery.
Jed Lowrie was sent for an MRI on his left foot.
Athletics placed INF Jed Lowrie on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to August 4, with a bunion on his left foot.
Athletics manager Bob Melvin admitted he isn't sure how much longer Jed Lowrie can keep playing with his injured left toe.
Jed Lowrie (toe) is out of the A's lineup Thursday.
Jed Lowrie could be headed for the 15-day disabled list with a toe injury.