"I was in a hole for three or four days," Moseley said of his disposition after being told that the damage to his shoulder would likely require surgery.The smile returned to Moseley's face on Thursday when the Padres returned home to open a four-game series against the Phillies at Petco Park.
Moseley was awaiting the results of the MRI that were sent to Altchek. There's a chance that Moseley will fly to New York to meet with Altchek next Thursday. The surgery would then be performed by Altchek or team physician Heinz Hoenecke.
"It's not a matter of if I'm going to fix it [through surgery], but who is going to fix it," Moseley said. "I'm not in limbo anymore."
Moseley went on the disabled list after his only start of the season on April 7, when he allowed five runs on five hits in a no-decision against the Dodgers at Petco Park.