Ramirez, who reported to Dodger Stadium on Sunday for treatment on his strained right calf, was scheduled for an afternoon appointment in Los Angeles with Dr. Neal ElAttrache, a likely MRI and possibly a platelet-rich plasma injection, the new treatment of choice for soft-tissue injuries.
At the time manager Joe Torre spoke with the media after Monday night's game was rained out, the club had not heard from ElAttrache.
Weaver -- whose back strain probably wouldn't have put him on the disabled list if the Dodgers hadn't had Hong-Chih Kuo ready for activation -- was fit enough to throw a 50-pitch bullpen session. Weaver said he felt fine and expected to throw off the mound every other day until he is eligible to be activated on May 7. Weaver is a likely candidate to then replace the injured Vicente Padilla in the rotation.
Ken Gurnick is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.