Lowe, 29, is the likely of the three pitchers that the Dodgers are likely targeting.
They have been linked to a possible trade for him in the past, and could do worse. In 36 games last season, Lowe went 0-2 with a 3.43 ERA, a career-best.
Lowe’s seven seasons have been in the American League, with his last three having been spent in the hitter-friendly Ballpark in Arlington.
A change in scenery to Los Angeles and pitcher-friendly Dodger Stadium could help the reliever thrive.
As if the Dodgers’ bullpen isn’t deep enough, adding Lowe could really make it difficult for any opposing team to encounter the Dodgers, who almost certainly have an answer for any hitter in the game.
His injury history suggests that his right elbow could be a problem. It caused him to miss 167 games stemming the 2006-07 seasons. Last season he missed 36 games after straining his right trunk.
Current belief is that Lowe could get a two-year deal and is drawing major interest from several ballclubs.
The other options, albeit less likely are Rowland-Smith, 30, and Wells, 35, who are well into the twilight of their careers.
Rowland-Smith last pitched in the majors in 2010 with the Mariners, when he went 1-10 with a 6.75 ERA. Since then he has maintained a spot in Triple-A with the Astros and Cubs.
Wells finally made his return to the bigs in 2012 with the Padres after not appearing in a game since 2009. He went 2-4 with a 4.58 ERA in San Diego.
He signed minor-league contracts with the Diamondbacks and White Sox before finding a home with the Padres last season.
Other teams in attendance to observe the pitchers included the: Blue Jays, Angels, Tigers, Orioles, Brewers and A’s.