Francisco Peguero LF BAL 29 Days

Orioles activated OF Francisco Peguero from the disabled list; outrighted him to Triple-A Norfolk.

Peguero is recovered from his wrist and hamstring injuries, but he's now off the Orioles' 40-man roster. The 26-year-old outfielder will have to hit well at the Triple-A level to get a shot in Baltimore.

Francisco Peguero LF BAL 2 Months

Francisco Peguero will restart his rehab assignment after being diagnosed with a hamstring strain.

Peguero is over his wrist ailment, but he now has to start over again with a new injury. It's not clear how long he'll be sidelined.

Francisco Peguero LF BAL 2 Months

Francisco Peguero (wrist) has been recalled from his rehab assignment at Triple-A Norfolk due to a hamstring issue.

He'll be examined by the Orioles' team doctors on Thursday. Since he has a new injury, Peguero can stay on the disabled list even though his 20-day rehab window has run out.

Francisco Peguero LF BAL 2 Months

Francisco Peguero (wrist) is nearing the end of his rehab assignment.

Peguero's 20 days are up on Thursday, so the Orioles have to make a decision on the outfielder at that point. He seems likely to be optioned to Triple-A Norfolk.

Francisco Peguero LF BAL 3 Months

Francisco Peguero (wrist) is scheduled to begin a rehab assignment Friday with Triple-A Norfolk.

Peguero has been playing in extended spring training games this week without any discomfort. The outfielder was placed on the disabled list just before the start of the season with a strained right wrist. He should soon be an option for the Orioles' bench.

Francisco Peguero LF BAL 3 Months

Francisco Peguero (wrist) had four at-bats in an extended spring training game Tuesday.

He's scheduled to play all nine innings in another extended spring game Wednesday. Peguero began the season on the disabled list with a strained right wrist, but it appears he's finally making some progress. He should be healthy enough to return later this month, though he's not a sure bet to be added to the big league roster.

Francisco Peguero LF BAL 3 Months

Francisco Peguero (wrist) has been doing baseball activities at extended spring training and could be ready for game action soon.

Peguero began the season on the disabled list with a strained right wrist, but it appears he's finally making some progress. He missed a good chunk of spring training with the ailment, so the outfielder will probably need a good number of rehab at-bats. He could conceivably become an option for the Orioles sometime later this month.

Francisco Peguero LF BAL 4 Months

Francisco Peguero has full range of motion with his strained right wrist and will begin strengthening exercises soon.

Peguero had a cast on the wrist until Wednesday, and upon removal it was found he'd healed significantly. The outfielder will begin working his way back, but it's still unclear how long that might take.

Francisco Peguero LF BAL 4 Months

Francisco Peguero (wrist) is likely to begin the season on the disabled list, reports MASN Baltimore's Roch Kubatko.

Peguero is still shelved with a strained right wrist, an ailment which will require two more weeks of brace-wearing. "It's frustrating," he said. "I can't do anything right now. I'm here to make the team and I can't do it."

Francisco Peguero LF BAL 4 Months

Francisco Peguero (wrist) hit off a tee Saturday.

Peguero has been nursing a strained right wrist for about a week now but is starting to feel better. He could still have time to get ready for Opening Day if he avoids setbacks but probably isn't going to make the big league roster.