Apr 11, 2012, 9:40 AM EST
Bad news in San Diego: Padres starter Dustin Moseley, who is on the 15-day disabled list with a right shoulder strain, has more than a right shoulder strain, and it looks like his season is over as a result.
Bud Black said an MRI on Dustin Moseley’s right shoulder revealed “extensive damage,” and that “he’s going to be shut down for a period of time that will take him past 15 days.” Personally, I can’t remember the last time a dude had “extensive damage” to his shoulder and didn’t miss a year, can you?
It looks like the Padres will call up Joe Wieland — who came to the organization in the Mike Adams deal last year — to make his major league debut Saturday. He was pulled in the second inning of his start at Triple-A last night for what were then unknown reasons. Wieland threw a no-hitter in Double-A last year — before the trade, against the Padres affiliate in San Antonio by the way — so he may be fun.
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