Aside from Neftali Feliz, there isn't a more lively arm on the Texas Rangers' pitching staff than Mark Lowe's.
Lowe was acquired along with Cliff Lee from the Seattle Mariners back in 2010 and came billed as pretty much exactly what he's been: a lively arm with some fragility problems.
Lowe came into Monday's 7-4 loss to the New York Yankees when the game was well out of hand after a subpar effort from Derek Holland, and along with Koji Uehara, helped save the more oft-used members of the Rangers' pen.
But it wasn't weak work from Lowe, who pitched two innings of shutout baseball with three strikeouts to keep his ERA in three appearances at 0.00 with six strikeouts and no walks.
“I had everything,” Lowe told assembled media following the game. “It was one of those days that everything was working and it was fun to pitch.”