ANAHEIM -- For the second time in as many days, the Angels placed a player on the disabled list and welcomed another into the clubhouse.
Prior to Saturday's contest against the Tigers, Halos reliever Mark Lowe went on the 15-day disabled left with stiffness in his neck and utility infielder Tommy Field was called up from Triple-A Salt Lake.
Lowe has allowed eight earned runs in 6 1/3 innings this season. He entered in the seventh inning during Friday's 8-1 win, but only recorded one out before walking two batters and being replaced by Sean Burnett.
"His neck was really stiff," manager Mike Scioscia said. "Coming out of last night it [tightened] up."
Field will look to add depth for the Angels -- who are already depleted in the infield with Erick Aybar and Alberto Callaspo on the DL.
"He's got a lot of versatility as far as where he can play in the infield," Scioscia said. "For a little guy, he's got a little bit of pop, but we need that versatility, that coverage more than anything."
Field was hitting .236 this season for Triple-A Salt Lake and owns a .260 average in his brief Major League career. In 2011 and '12, Field appeared in 18 games for the Colorado Rockies.
William Boor is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.