Matt Wieters C BAL 4 Days

Matt Wieters went 3-for-4 with a double and two runs scored on Monday to raise his average to .366.

Is Wieters just teasing us again or is he finally ready to start fulfilling the offensive potential it looked like he had a few years back? Since hitting .288 as a rookie in 2009, he's come in at .249, .262, .249 and .235 the last four seasons. It'd be easier to buy in if he hadn't also gotten off to hot starts in 2011 and 2012 before letting his owners down.

Matt Wieters C BAL 6 Days

Matt Wieters is not in the Orioles starting lineup for Saturday's game against the Blue Jays.

Nothing more than a regular day of rest for Wieters. Steve Clevenger will get the start behind the dish and hit fifth for the Orioles.

Matt Wieters C BAL 11 Days

Matt Wieters went 2-for-4 with an RBI in the Orioles' loss to the Yankees on Monday.

Wieters tied the game at 1-1 in the top of the fourth with an RBI single. He also helped contribute to a seventh-inning rally that ultimately fell short. Wieters is now hitting .391 through 23 plate appearances to begin the regular season.

Matt Wieters C BAL 15 Days

Matt Wieters went 3-for-4 with an RBI double against the Red Sox on Thursday.

Wieters is off to a nice 5-for-11 start, though he has fanned four times already. We'd like him a little more this season if he weren't going to bat behind Nelson Cruz and, most likely, J.J. Hardy after Manny Machado returns. He's not going to get a lot of RBI opportunities batting after those two.

Matt Wieters C BAL 20 Days

Matt Wieters hit a three-run homer Saturday as the Orioles beat the Triple-A Norfolk affiliate 4-3 in a rain-shortened game Saturday.

Wieters went without a homer in 32 official spring at-bats. Last year, he hit .378 with five homers in 45 at-bats in the spring, then followed that with his a disappointing campaign. We liked him a little better for this year before the Orioles signed Nelson Cruz. Prior to that, it appeared he'd hit fifth. Now he could hit seventh below two lesser OBP guys (Cruz and J.J. Hardy) most of the time.

Matt Wieters C BAL 1 Month

Matt Wieters (ankle) returned to the Orioles lineup on Wednesday.

Weiters, previously sidelined by a minor ankle sprain, hadn't played in eight days. He might not have sat at all if the injury occurred during the regular season. He'll be ready for Opening Day.

Matt Wieters C BAL 1 Month

Matt Wieters (ankle) was able to take some swings in batting practice on Friday and is still expected to return to the Orioles lineup on Monday.

He indicated afterwards that his ankle is still stiff, and that there's no need to rush back during spring training and risk re-injury. It still appears as though he'll be ready for Opening Day.

Matt Wieters C BAL 1 Month

The Orioles are likely to hold Matt Wieters (ankle) out of the lineup until Monday.

Wieters had been expected to return to action on Saturday, but his right ankle is still a little swollen and the O's don't want to push it. Assuming he can avoid setbacks, it's not something that's going to threaten his availability for Opening Day.

Matt Wieters C BAL 1 Month

Matt Wieters (ankle) is scheduled to return on Saturday.

He's been out since rolling his ankle at third base on Tuesday. The catcher has downplayed the injury, saying he could have played through it during the regular season.

Matt Wieters C BAL 1 Month

Matt Wieters was diagnosed with a slight right ankle strain.

The catcher downplayed the injury with assembled media and said he could have played through it during the regular season. Baltimore is justifiably staying on the cautious side with their star backstop. Wieters hopes to play later this week.