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Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Wily Peralta was officially activated from the disabled list and will start Tuesday's game against the San Francisco Giants after recovering from an oblique injury. Peralta has not pitched for the Brewers since May 22 but appeared sharp in three rehab appearances split between Low-A Wisconsin and Double-A Biloxi.

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Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Wily Peralta will rejoin the team in Phoenix later this week, but it is unclear when he will be activated from the disabled list, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Peralta has not pitched in the major leagues since May 22 because of an oblique injury, but he recently completed a rehab assignment with Double-A Biloxi and has a chance to be activated as early as this week.

Wily Peralta SP MIL 2 weeks ago

Peralta (oblique) will start a rehab game at Double-A Chattanooga on Thursday.

Peralata continues to inch towards a return, moving up a rung to Double-A. If he continues to progress without issue, it might not be too long before he rejoins the Brewers' rotation.

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Peralta (oblique) will begin a rehab assignment with Low-A Wisconsin on Saturday.

Peralta threw a 30-pitch simulated game Tuesday without issue, and will now head out on a rehab assignment as he continues through the progression. While he's still got a ways to go before rejoining the team, it's at least a positive step forward.

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Peralta (oblique) three a 30-pitch simulated game Tuesday and experienced no pain, the Journal-Sentinel's Todd Rosiak reports.

He threw all of his pitches and was upbeat after the simulated game. Peralta said he will talk with the staff soon about a rehab assignment. It sounds like a late-July return to the Brewers' rotation could be in the cards for the big righty.

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Peralta (oblique) threw his first bullpen session since going on the disabled list Monday, and indicated that it went well, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

Peralta hopes to depart on a rehab assignment within the next couple weeks, but that should unfold as he continues to throw bullpen sessions. His timetable hinges on his progress through rehab, but he took a positive first step forward Monday.

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Brewers manager Craig Counsell said Thursday that Peralta (oblique) is likely a bit behind the initial timetable of four-to-six weeks, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. "We're probably a little behind," Counsell said. "I think obliques, you've got to get it completely out of there and then you can move forward. It takes time especially for a pitcher to build the arm back up when you take time off."

Peralta threw from 105 feet on flat ground Thursday, but he still hasn't gotten back on a mound since suffering the injury four weeks ago. He'll likely need a rehab start or two, and he may now be targeting a return shortly before the All-Star break.

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Peralta was placed on the 15-day DL on Monday with a rib-cage strain.

Manager Craig Counsell said Peralta will miss at least four weeks with the injury. David Goforth will be recalled Tuesday to take Peralta's spot on the roster, but Peralta's replacement in the rotation is to be determined. Michael Blazek could be an option after tossing three scoreless, one-hit innings in relief of Peralta on Friday.

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Peralta is headed for the 15-day DL with a rib-cage strain, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.

Peralta's injury was initially labeled left side tightness, but it's now being classified as a rib-cage strain and the right-hander will land on the DL as a result. David Goforth will be recalled in a corresponding move, but Goforth hasn't started since 2013, so it seems likely the Brewers will turn elsewhere to fill Peralta's rotation spot.

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Peralta (side tightness) is at risk of missing Wednesday's scheduled start, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

Peralta exited Friday's game against the Braves due to side tightness, but was optimistic that he wouldn't have to miss a turn in the rotation as a result. That notion may no longer hold true, however, as he isn't considered "a sure thing" for that start anymore. Peralta is one of the few consistent options in the Milwaukee starting rotation, so his loss, in any capacity, would be a tough hit for a team that is shallow at the position.