The Los Angeles Daily News reports that Colon (sore shoulder) was scheduled to come off the disabled list Sunday, but he has barely played a game of catch in the outfield and he is not even close to throwing from a mound. "Progress has been a little slow but that's not unusual," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "I would say it's progressing at its own pace and we're going to keep it there. You can't increase the pace of this thing. You just have to be diligent. He has to be diligent in his exercises, which he is, and the treatment. As he sees improvement he'll get back out there and be able to throw the ball the way he can. It's just going to take as much time as it's going to take."
"There has been no definitive timeline other than to gauge the progress and see how his throwing program gets and when he can get back on the mound," Scioscia said. "But hopefully it's going to be on the short-term side than anything with a lot of length." It's possible that Colon could be out for another month or two. The team will continue to use Hector Carrasco as Colon's replacement for now, but if Jered Weaver continues to pitch well in the minors, he could be the eventual stand-in. Weaver struck out 12 Sunday in the minors.