Matt Wieters C BAL 1 Month

Matt Wieters underwent right elbow surgery on Tuesday.

The procedure was labeled a success. Wieters is done for the rest of the 2014 season and will likely need nine full months of recovery time. Nick Hundley and Caleb Joseph are filling in at catcher for Baltimore.

Matt Wieters C BAL 1 Month

Matt Wieters will undergo Tommy John surgery on his right elbow on Tuesday.

Wieters attempted to avoid the worst-case scenario, but the discomfort in his elbow continued to linger. His season is over, as surgery will sideline him for nine months. The good news is that he should be close to 100 percent around the start of next season. The Orioles will move ahead with Nick Hundley as their main catcher for the rest of 2014.

Matt Wieters C BAL 1 Month

Matt Wieters is still having discomfort in his right elbow and will see Dr. James Andrews on Monday.

FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal was told by two sources that Wieters' throwing program was not going well and that elbow surgery looked "increasingly likely," so this isn't a promising development. Fantasy owners need to have a backup plan in place, if they didn't already.

Matt Wieters C BAL 1 Month

FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal has heard from two sources that Matt Wieters' throwing program is not going well and elbow surgery "looks increasingly likely."

But a third source told Rosenthal that it's "too early to make a determination" and that the rehabbing catcher has "good days and bad." Wieters has been out since early May with a right elbow strain. A decision on the elbow surgery -- which would be season-ending -- is expected to be made by July 1. Caleb Joseph and Nick Hundley will continue to serve as Baltimore's catchers.

Matt Wieters C BAL 2 Months

Orioles manager Buck Showalter said that Matt Wieters' (elbow) throwing session Thursday went "OK."

Wieters is coming along slowly but surely, but he's yet to take a big leap forward that the Orioles were hoping for. The club has set July 1 as a deadline for when a decision needs to be made about the possibility of surgery for the catcher. He's not expected back for at least a couple weeks.

Matt Wieters C BAL 2 Months

Orioles manager Buck Showalter said Sunday that it's unlikely Matt Wieters (elbow) will be ready to return in the next two weeks.

Wieters did some more throwing Sunday and said he felt better than when he threw Friday. Still, he'll be on an every-other-day progression for a while as the Orioles ease him back into things. They must make a decision by July 1 whether Wieters will undergo season-ending surgery.

Matt Wieters C BAL 2 Months

Matt Wieters (elbow) will do some more throwing on Sunday.

Wieters made about 25 throws Friday with no issues. It was the first time that the catcher tried to do any throwing since being placed on the disabled list nearly three weeks ago with a right elbow strain. He'll remains on an every-other-day progression for a while.

Matt Wieters C BAL 2 Months

Matt Wieters said Thursday that his right elbow has felt a lot better over the past few days.

Wieters was placed on the disabled list earlier this month due to a right elbow strain and has felt improvement since receiving a platelet-rich plasma injection on May 12. The plan calls for him to test his elbow by throwing on Friday, which is a big hurdle for his potential return.

Matt Wieters C BAL 2 Months

Matt Wieters (elbow) will try some light throwing on Friday.

Wieters recently said the elbow was feeling better and that throwing could be on the horizon, but Friday would represent a pretty quick timetable. It'll be the first time Wieters has attempted to throw in three weeks. Wieters still has a long road back, but Friday could be a big first step for the 28-year-old.

Matt Wieters C BAL 2 Months

There remains no timetable for when Matt Wieters (elbow) will resume throwing.

Wieters says he's feeling better and thinks he's close to testing things out, but the Orioles don't have a target date yet. The club recently acquired Nick Hundley to supplement their catching depth and will roll with the former Padre behind the plate for now.