Arcia went on the 15-day disabled list on May 4 with a right hip flexor strain.
He played designated hitter for Rochester and went 0 for 3 with three groundouts and a sacrifice fly.
Wieters played for the team's Double-A team as he makes his way back from Tommy John surgery. He is expected to play at least three more games. Wieters is eligible to come off the DL on June 4.
Wieters will not play Wednesday and then catch Thursday and Saturday at Double-A, reports MASNSports.com.
Claudio came in after starter Phil Klein got knocked out after two innings, pitching 3 1/3 innings.
"I’m sore," Claudio said on Tuesday, per the Dallas Morning News. "I'm tired."
Manager Jeff Bannister said that Claudio would get two days off to recover.
"We continue to assess where we're at," Banister said.
After giving up 7 runs in 1 2/3 innings on Monday,
"I contend and strongly believe that his curveball is a major weapon that's got to be used in his pitch mix," Farrell said, per the Boston Herald.
Kelly did well in his start against Texas on May 21, when he went to his curve often.
"He made a very tangible adjustment after three innings of work, when he went to his curveball more than his slider and slowed them down and had some quick and efficient innings. It's part of the education process of Joe as a pitcher, what makes him most effective," Farrell said.