Both were expected to make decisions on their respective procedures Monday, but Padres manager Bud Black said neither had made a decision prior to Monday night's game.
"Joe is still coming to a conclusion," Black said of the 22-year-old right-hander. "Saw Joe today, no word, talked to [Padres GM] Josh [Byrnes], talked to our medical guys ... no word. Same with Micah ... nothing yet."
Wieland, who was 0-4 in five early-season starts with the Padres, landed on the disabled list on May 10 with a strained right elbow. His rehab has since been interrupted multiple times, most recently when he felt a pop after throwing a curveball in a bullpen session this month.
Owings has been plagued by a right forearm injury since late April, when he was placed on the 15-day disabled list. He has since been moved to the 60-day disabled list, and while he is not cleared to pitch because of the injury, the 29-year-old was hopeful he could make it back to the Padres as a hitter at some point this season. Though he sports a 32-33 record and 3.86 ERA in 138 big league appearances as a pitcher, he is also owns a .283 batting averages in 219 Major League at-bats with nine home runs.
Owings was set to report to Triple-A Tucson this weekend to make some rehab appearances as a hitter in left field or at first base, but he suffered a setback just prior to the trip and is now weighing season-ending surgery on the forearm.
Decisions from both are expected in the next few days, according to Black.