Dodgers announced the retirement of third baseman Bill Mueller.
Bill Mueller said on Friday that he doesn't plan to retire after the season is over, but that's all he knows for sure.
Doctors have reportedly eliminated all procedures for fixing the deterioration in Bill Mueller's knee.
Bill Mueller's knee injury likely will end his season and could end his career.
Dodgers transferred third baseman Bill Mueller from the 15-day to the 60-day disabled list.
The Dodgers are reportedly "at least somewhat concerned about" Bill Mueller's recovery from knee surgery.
Bill Mueller (knee) said Friday that he may be out a little longer than initially expected.
Bill Mueller will have his knee looked at by Dodgers' doctors on Friday.
Bill Mueller underwent successful surgery to remove loose cartilage in his knee on Monday.
Bill Mueller will undergo arthroscopic surgery on his right knee Monday and is expected to miss four to five weeks.
If the inflammation in Bill Mueller's right knee does not improve, arthroscopic surgery is a strong possibility.
Dodgers placed third baseman Bill Mueller on the 15-day disabled list with soreness in his right knee.
Bill Mueller returned to action on Tuesday and went 1-for-5 against the Dodgers.
Bill Mueller (knee) is expected to return to the lineup for Tuesday's game against Houston.