Matt Wieters RUMORS & NEWS

  • Orioles' Matt Wieters: Hopes to return Monday

    CBS Sports "Manager Buck Showalter said he hopes Wieters (foot) will be able to return Monday, Rich Dubroff of CSN Mid Atlantic reports." July 23

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    Roch Kubatko @masnRoch

    Wieters said he'll throw to bases today. Elbow feels good. Comfortable hitting from both sides #orioles

  • Wieters feels better, has quiet date for return

    CSN Mid-Atlantic "Matt Wieters says that his right elbow is feeling better. He was removed in the first inning of Mar. 12th’s game and has yet to play since. Wieters was asked if he wanted to be the designated hitter for Wednesday’s game in Bradenton, but decided to stay back and take more batting practice and..." March 24

  • Matt Wieters to take batting practice, with next step throwing to test sore right elbow

    Baltimore Sun "A week out from leaving a game with soreness in his surgically repaired right elbow, Orioles catcher Matt Wieters is taking live batting practice and said he’s more relieved by the day that the soreness isn’t a symptom of something serious. “Every day we get better, it’s more and more..." March 20

  • Matt Wieters to have MRI exam on surgically repaired elbow

    Hardball Talk "There seems to be improvement in the condition of Matt Wieters' right elbow, but the Orioles scheduled a 10 a.m. MRI for their catcher with team orthopedist Dr. Michael Jacobs. "He said he's lost some of the soreness and the swelling is gone for the most part," said manager Buck Showalter...." March 14

  • Orioles encouraged by MRI results on Wieters' elbow

    Masn "The Orioles received good news on Matt Wieters' MRI this morning. Manager Buck Showalter said the MRI didn't reveal any structural damage in Wieters' right elbow. Nothing that contradicted an earlier X-ray, according to orthopedic surgeon Dr. Leigh Ann Curl. "It looked good," Showalter said..." March 14

  • Wieters exits with right elbow soreness

    The Score "Baltimore Orioles catcher Matt Wieters left Saturday's game against the Minnesota Twins due to right elbow soreness, the team announced. Wieters, who underwent Tommy John surgery on his right elbow during the 2014 season, made an errant throw to second base during the top half of the first..." March 12