15DTyson Ross
SP SD
2 days ago

Ross (shoulder) was shaky in his first rehab outing Thursday, Jeff Sander of the Union-Tribune reports. "I had a lot of non-executed pitches today," said Ross after Thursday's start.

EDGE Analysis

Though he was slated to throw 45 pitches Thursday, Ross lasted just 28 before being removed from the game. He allowed two walks and threw a pair of wild pitches as well, according to Sanders. In fairness, Ross had not pitched since Opening Day, so the fact that he was rusty is not overly concerning. Ross is slated for at least one more rehab start before rejoining the Padres rotation, but another outing like Thursday's could mean a longer rehab assignment.

15DTyson Ross
SP SD
5 days ago

Ross (shoulder) will begin a rehab assignment with High-A Lake Elsinore on Thursday, Jeff Sanders of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

EDGE Analysis

He will be capped at 45 pitches Thursday in his first taste of live action since spring training. Reports out of San Diego suggested Ross greatly impressed during his bullpen session over the weekend, and it seems Ross has a very real chance to pitch out of the major league rotation over the final month. That said, any sort of setback -- and he's had several over the past few months -- could result in Ross being shut down for the season.

15DTyson Ross
SP SD
1 week ago

Ross (shoulder) apparently looked great during Saturday's bullpen session, meaning a rehab assignment could be the next step in his recovery, MLB.com's AJ Cassavell reports.

EDGE Analysis

Adam Rosales, who faced Ross in the live bullpen session, said he was the toughest pitcher he's faced all year. Hyperbole aside, it certainly sounds like Ross looked sharp Saturday, and this gives hope to him returning to the mound for the Padres this season. Continue to monitor his status for word of when he could embark on a rehab assignment and hopefully word of how many rehab starts he will need before he can return to the big league rotation.

15DTyson Ross
SP SD
1 week ago

Ross (shoulder) will throw live batting practice again Saturday, Jeff Sanders of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

EDGE Analysis

As expected, Ross will face live hitters for a second time this week as he attempts to convince the Padres' brass that he's ready for a minor league rehab assignment. The door is still open for Ross to pitch this season, but he will need to avoid any further complications with the shoulder. Another setback would give the last-place Padres reason to shut him down and look ahead to 2017.

15DTyson Ross
SP SD
2 weeks ago

Ross (shoulder) threw live batting practice Tuesday, Dennis Lin of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

EDGE Analysis

It appears that Ross's workout went well, as the team plans to have him pitch another BP session later in the week. Although the Padres haven't given specific dates, Ross still seems on track to return at the latter end of August of beginning of September.

15DTyson Ross
SP SD
2 weeks ago

Ross (shoulder) threw a 46-pitch bullpen session Saturday and will throw live batting practice on Tuesday, the San Diego Union-Tribune's Dennis Lin reports.

EDGE Analysis

He got up and down twice during Saturday's session, and emerged fine enough to advance to the next step in his rehab -- throwing live batting practice Tuesday in Florida. It sounds like Ross could return in late August or early September if everything goes smoothly from here on out, but he still needs to emerge from his live BP fine and then go on a multi-start rehab assignment.

15DTyson Ross
SP SD
4 weeks ago

Ross (shoulder, ankle) threw five pitches off the mound on Tuesday to test his ankle and will throw a full bullpen in the coming days, Jeff Sanders of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

EDGE Analysis

The hope is that Ross will still make about three to four starts this year, barring any setbacks. Ross has been sidelined since since April 9 with shoulder and ankle injuries. With San Diego out of the playoff race, expect the Padres to be extra careful will Ross in his rehab this season. There is still a chance Ross doesn't see the mound at all the rest of the season.

15DTyson Ross
SP SD
1 month ago

Ross (shoulder, ankle) threw from 180 feet Tuesday and could begin throwing off a mound within the week, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Tuesday marked a big step in the right direction for Ross as he told reporters that not only was his foot feeling the best it has since suffering a sprained ankle, but also that his shoulder was feeling good. Provided that he's not overly sore from Tuesday's workout, the Padres can begin mapping out a throwing program for him within the next week. Ross would still likely need a lengthy rehab assignment to build up his pitch count once he gets cleared for game action.

15DTyson Ross
SP SD
2 months ago

Ross (shoulder) did not toss his scheduled bullpen Wednesday after twisting his left ankle exercising, Dennis Lin of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

EDGE Analysis

Ross ended up tapping his ankle and playing catch for a bit, but the team decided to push back his bullpen after his minor setback. The plan for Ross is still to return before the end of July, but that could be pushed back as he will need to complete more bullpens and compete in some rehab outings prior to rejoining the Padres.

15DTyson Ross
SP SD
2 months ago

Ross (shoulder) will throw another extended bullpen session Wednesday, Dennis Lin of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

EDGE Analysis

If that goes well, Ross will move on to a live batting practice session Saturday before heading off on a rehab assignment. As such, he's probably still at least two weeks away, with three weeks to a month more likely for his return to the Padres rotation.