Joe Wieland (elbow) allowed one run over four innings Sunday in a rehab start at Double-A San Antonio.
Joe Wieland (elbow) is scheduled to throw around sixty pitches in his rehab start for Double-A San Antonio on Sunday.
Joe Wieland (elbow) has joined the Padres' Arizona League affiliate to begin a rehab assignment.
Joe Wieland (elbow) was scheduled to play catch from 105 feet on Wednesday.
Padres GM Josh Byrnes said Saturday that Joe Wieland (elbow) has begun playing catch from 75 feet.
Padres transferred RHP Joe Wieland from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.
Joe Wieland (elbow) could begin a throwing program within the next month.
Padres placed RHP Joe Wieland on the 15-day disabled list after undergoing surgery to correct loose bodies and an impingement in his right elbow.
Joe Wieland underwent surgery Tuesday to correct loose bodies and an impingement in his right elbow.
Joe Wieland (elbow) will undergo a surgical procedure to fix the irritation in his elbow and will be out until the All-Star break.
Joe Wieland is scheduled to visit Dr. Kremchek this week about the pain he's having in his triceps area.
An MRI taken Monday on Joe Wieland's sore right arm showed no UCL damage.
Padres manager Bud Black said Monday that the conversations he's had with Joe Wieland about his injury revolved more around the triceps area rather than the elbow.
Yahoo! Sports' Jeff Passan reports that there is "significant concern" that Joe Wieland might have re-torn the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow.