Rangers sign lefty Loewen to minor deal with spring invite

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) Left-hander Adam Loewen has agreed to a minor league contract with the Texas Rangers that includes an invitation to major league spring training. The deal was announced Monday, a day before Rangers pitchers and catchers report to spring training in Arizona. Loewen spent last season in the Arizona organization, going 5-3 with a 3.91 ERA in 40 appearances...
Via Associated Press
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Rangers sign Loewen to Minor League deal

The Rangers have signed left-handed pitcher Adam Loewen to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training.
9 days ago

Adam Loewen on his Anything-But-Ordinary Career

Adam Loewen was designated for assignment by the Arizona Diamondbacks on Monday. His future is thus in limbo, but that’s nothing new for the 32-year-old southpaw. Loewen has become well-acquainted with adversity and uncertainty since being drafted fourth-overall by the Orioles in 2002. A contract squabble delayed the start of Loewen’s professional career, and he had barely 100...
Via Fangraphs
August 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Diamondbacks Designate Adam Loewen

The Diamondbacks have designated lefty Adam Loewen for assignment, per a club announcement. Arizona has also activated catcher Welington Castillo and recalled southpaw Edwin Escobar. Loewen, 32, has seen big league action as a starter, an outfielder, and — most recently — a reliever. He struggled through six innings for the D-Backs during a brief stint, allowing ten earned...
Via MLB Trade Rumors
August 15, 2016

D-backs add lefties Loewen, Hathaway, DFA Collmenter

PHOENIX — The Arizona Diamondbacks made several pitching moves Saturday, although perhaps not the ones market-watchers expected. Relievers Daniel Hudson and Tyler Clippard remain, although the D-backs have received calls on both as contenders look to add to to the back of their bullpen before Monday’s trade deadline. The D-backs added left-handers Adam Loewen and […] The post...
Via Today's Knuckleball
July 30, 2016

Top Prospects that Never Were: Adam Loewen, Baltimore Orioles

While I can be wrong about the Baltimore Orioles on a yearly basis, I am unable to rewrite history. Therefore what follows is the absolute truth—albeit a sad, rough, uplifting, and still sort of sad one. When going down the list of prominent Baltimore prospects over the past 25 years, pitcher Matt Riley initially caught my eye. Drafted during the third round in 1997, he found...
Via The Sports Post
April 19, 2016  |  Discuss

Ruf's three-run blast secures Phillies' 60th victory of season

View image | Final: Phillies 4, Mets 3 WP: Adam Loewen (1-0, 7.79 ERA) LP: Bartolo Colon (14-13, 4.18 ERA) SV: Ken Giles (14) PHILADELPHIA - Under widespread, light rain in the series opener against 18-year veteran RHP Bartolo Colon and the 2015 National League East division champion New...
Via Philliedelphia
September 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Phillies' recall of Adam Loewen completes stunning journey for lefty

Adam Loewen is being recalled by the Philadelphia Phillies on the same day as six-time All-Star Chase Utley, but fortunately the left-handed reliever is accustomed to playing in the shadows.Loewen's return to the majors completes a most improbable - and unprecedented - journey that has seen him go from highly regarded pitching prospect to borderline outfielder scraping to make a...
Via FOX Sports
August 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Phillies Nation TV 2015 Episode 7: Darren Daulton & Adam Loewen

On the latest edition of Phillies Nation, Pat and Corey discuss the lackluster Phillies offense as well as the possible trade value of left-hander Cole Hamels. The episode also includes a feature from Jay on IronPigs reliever Adam Loewen and Rudy brings a segment with Darren Daulton at the Broad St. Run. Check out the media player below for the full episode. New editions of Phillies...
Via Phillies Nation
May 06, 2015  |  Discuss

LHP Loewen is a candidate for Phils rotation next season

With a considerable level of anticipation that the Phillies will experience some turnover with their pitching staff leading to next season, it feels as though fans and media alike have begun to say goodbye to certain hurlers. Who replaces those arms promises to be the focus of the team’s offseason. A candidate to fill a void in the Phillies’ rotation next is former big leaguer...
Via Phillies Nation
September 20, 2014  |  Discuss

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