60DC.J. Wilson SP LAA 4 days ago

Wilson (shoulder) was transferred to the 60-day DL on Sunday, Alden Gonzalez of MLB.com reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

The transaction helps open up a roster spot for outfielder Shane Robinson, whose contract was purchased from Triple-A Salt Lake in a corresponding move. Wilson isn't expected to return from his shoulder issue until at least mid-June, so his placement on the 60-day DL shouldn't be viewed as a setback in his recovery.

60DC.J. Wilson SP LAA 1 week ago

Wilson is targeting a mid-June return to the Angels, the Orange County Register reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Wilson is scheduled to take the mound May 9 for the first time since beginning his current throwing program. That would subsequently lead to a May 18 simulated game, and a potential rehab assignment after that. He will likely make a few starts in the minors, but if all goes according to plan he should return to the big league squad at some point in June.

60DC.J. Wilson SP LAA 3 weeks ago

Wilson (shoulder) has not yet advanced his long toss past 60 feet, Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Following a week-plus long shutdown period, Wilson was cleared to resume throwing, but he's been slow to progress to this point. There is no timetable for Wilson's return to the major league roster, and one likely won't take shape until he ramps up closer to a rehab assignment.

60DC.J. Wilson SP LAA 1 month ago

Wilson (shoulder) was moved to the 15-day disabled list Sunday retroactive to March 25.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Wilson remains without a clear timetable and has yet to resume throwing since being shut down March 25, so his placement on the DL shouldn't come as much of a surprise. The team should provide further updates on his status as he progresses, which will eventually lead to a more concrete timetable. When he returns, Wilson should slot back into the middle of the Angels' rotation.

60DC.J. Wilson SP LAA 1 month ago

Manager Mike Scioscia said Saturday that Wilson (shoulder) is "making progress" but remains without a timetable to resume throwing, Alden Gonzalez of MLB.com reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Wilson has been battling shoulder injuries since pitchers and catchers reported and after a recent setback, he was shut down for 8-10 days on March 25. While Wilson could theoretically still resume throwing within that time frame, Scioscia's comments Saturday suggest otherwise. Once Wilson is able to pick up a ball again, a more concrete timetable figures to be made available.

60DC.J. Wilson SP LAA 1 month ago

Wilson (shoulder) has been shut down from throwing for 8-10 days, Alden Gonzalez of MLB.com reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

The hope for most of camp was that Wilson would recover in time to open the season in the rotation, but his shoulder has simply not cooperated. Surgery is not yet on the table, but it's getting to the point where Wilson is looking into modifying his delivery. The 35-year-old hasn't seen a game, regular season or spring training, since last July and is virtually guaranteed to start the season on the DL with this news.

60DC.J. Wilson SP LAA 2 months ago

Wilson is not ready to throw off a mound as he continues to recover form a shoulder injury, Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Per the report, Wilson will look to modify his delivery in order to take pressure off the shoulder. The News likely cements the idea that Wilson will need to begin the season on the disabled list, as he has yet to appear in a game this spring.

60DC.J. Wilson SP LAA 2 months ago

Wilson (shoulder) suffered a minor setback in his return from a sore shoulder and will be limited to playing catch for a few days, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Wilson had been steadily working back from some shoulder tendinitis revealed in late February, but his bullpen session Monday didn't go as well as planned, so he'll stay on flat ground for the time being. The left-hander's goal is still to be ready for the start of the regular season, but he'll have to recover from this setback fairly quickly in order to reach that goal.

60DC.J. Wilson SP LAA 2 months ago

Wilson (shoulder) will throw two more bullpen sessions this week, Alden Gonzalez of MLB.com reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

The goal is for Wilson to be ready by Opening Day, but he'll need to continue to build back strength in his shoulder for that to be a realistic possibility. Wilson will throw bullpen sessions Thursday and Saturday before being reevaluated.

60DC.J. Wilson SP LAA 2 months ago

Wilson (shoulder) threw long toss Tuesday, Aiden Gonzalez of MLB.com reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Wilson has been hampered by pain in his throwing shoulder since the start of camp, but it appears as though he's on his way toward returning to the mound. It appears as though there's still enough time for the lefty to be ready by Opening Day, but another setback could put that in jeopardy.