MilMilwaukee Brewers
Tom Gorzelanny
Aug 22: Gorzelanny tossed another scoreless inning Friday night, lowering his season ERA to 0.59. With just one earned run allowed in 15.1 innings (August 6 against San Francisco), Gorzelanny has become a very nice piece in the Milwaukee bullpen. He's now carrying a 17:2 K:BB for the season, serving as the third left-handed option at the disposal of manager Ron Roenicke.

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Jun 14: Gorzelanny (shoulder) has been activated from the 15-day DL, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. With Zach Duke and Will Smith already in the bullpen, Gorzelanny is expected to handle a middle-relief role for the Brewers.

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Jun 13: Gorzelanny (shoulder) will be activated from the DL on Saturday, Andrew Gruman of FOX Sports Wisconsin reports. Gorzelanny spent the maximum 30 days rehabbing his shoulder in the minor leagues, but he's rejoined the Brewers in anticipation of a Saturday activation. The left-hander underwent surgery on the shoulder last December, and while he performed well while on the rehab assignment (1.15 ERA), he figures to work in middle relief for the foreseeable future.

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Jun 7: Brewers manager Ron Roenicke was encouraged by Gorzelanny's rehab appearance with Triple-A Nashville on Friday, MLB.com's Adam McCalvy reports. "His first encouraging outing," Roenicke said. "Stuff was there and he felt good. Afterward he felt good. He pitches again Monday, I think it is, and we're getting to the point where we need to make some decisions. But this has been the first good one he's had." Gorzelanny will make either one or two more appearances with Nashville before his 30-day rehab assignment expires. The Brewers still have not decided whether he'll be activated or left on the disabled list, and his performance with Nashville in the coming days could be the determining factor.

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Jun 6: Gorzelanny will make another rehab start for Triple-A Nashville Friday night, Andrew Gruman of FOX Sports Wisconsin reports. Gorzelanny already has two rehab starts under his belt, so the Brewers have to be considering activating him within the near future. Once this happens, he'll likely claim a spot in the back end of their bullpen, and could potentially serve in long relief as well. He made 10 starts for the Brewers in 2013, although there isn't a rotation spot available for him at the moment.

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May 29: Gorzelanny (shoulder) has given up one run in 3.1 innings over two rehab appearances with Triple-A Nashville. Gorzelanny has now made five appearances in all since beginning his rehab work with High-A Brevard County on May 14. An exact date for Gorzelanny's return has not been revealed, but the Brewers can keep him in the minors for a maximum of 30 days, so he will need to be activated sometime within the next couple weeks.

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May 22: Gorzelanny (shoulder) will move his rehab to Triple-A Nashville after making three appearances with High-A Brevard County. Gorzelanny gave up just one earned run over six innings with Brevard County, so the Brewers felt comfortable advancing him to a higher minor league level. The Brewers can keep Gorzelanny in the minors until June 12 without being forced to activate him, but they may opt to bring him back before then if his success continues at Nashville.

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May 14: Gorzelanny (shoulder) threw two scoreless innings in a rehab appearance Wednesday for High-A Brevard County, allowing a hit and a walk, and striking out one batter. Gorzelanny took the mound and saw game action for the first time since offseason shoulder surgery, and appeared to make it through the outing free of setbacks. The Brewers will likely keep him in the minors for the maximum allotted time, which will allow him to get back into form after missing the entire spring due to a prolonged recovery. Once he is ready to return, Gorzelanny should see work in middle relief for a strong Brewers bullpen.

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May 13: Gorzelanny (shoulder) will begin a rehab assignment at High-A with the Brevard County Manatees on Wednesday, the Brewers' official site reports. Gorzelanny will have up to 30 days to rehab his shoulder in the minors, and it's possible the Brewers will have him use all of that time before activating him from the DL. He underwent surgery on his left shoulder in December to clean up issues with his acromion bone. Gorzelanny was originally projected to be ready for Opening Day, but his recovery didn't progress as quickly as anticipated. When he is finally ready to return following his rehab assignment, Gorzelanny should be used out of the bullpen and have limited value in most leagues.

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May 7: Gorzelanny (shoulder) could be sent out on a rehab assignment in the near future, MLB.com's Adam McCalvy reports. The Brewers have not provided a recent update on Gorzelanny's health, but it appears he has nearly recovered to the point where he can pitch in games. The Brewers won't rush Gorzelanny's rehab and may even keep him in the minors for the full 30 days allowed by the assignment, so don't expect him to pitch for the big club until sometime in early June.

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Apr 21: A target date for Gorzelanny (shoulder) to return from the disabled list has not been established, MLB.com's Adam McCalvy reports. Gorzelanny is working his way back from offseason shoulder surgery, and though things are now progressing in the right direction, a minor setback a couple weeks ago did set him back a bit. Gorzelanny has yet to resume throwing, so he will not pitch for the Brewers until sometime in May at the earliest.

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Mar 30: Gorzelanny (shoulder) was placed on the 15-day disabled list Sunday, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. The left-hander's DL stint will be backdated to March 21, but Gorzelanny is expected to miss most, if not all, of the season's first month. Gorzelanny was well behind schedule coming into spring training after undergoing shoulder surgery in December, and did not appear in any Cactus League games.

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Mar 12: Gorzelanny is making progress in his recovery from offseason shoulder surgery, but manager Ron Roenicke does not believe he will be available Opening Day, MLB.com's Adam McCalvy reports. The Brewers thought as recently as last week that Gorzelanny would be available for Opening Day, but he has yet to appear in a game, and they apparently do not think he will have enough time to get back to 100 percent by Opening Day. Should Gorzelanny pitch in a game soon, however, he could return sometime during the first week or two of the regular season.

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Mar 6: Gorzelanny (shoulder) remains on track to be available to pitch Opening Day. Gorzelanny is a bit behind the rest of the Brewers' pitchers after undergoing offseason shoulder surgyer, but he was able to throw from 110 feet Wednesday, and reported no issues afterward. It remains to be seen when Gorzelanny will be cleared to make his spring debut, but he still has over three weeks to complete his rehab work before the regular season begins.

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Feb 21: Gorzelanny (shoulder) threw Friday for the first time since undergoing shoulder surgery in December and said it went well, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. As expected, Gorzelanny started up with his throwing program Friday and now appears on track to open the season on time. The left-hander was much better out of the bullpen (2.70 ERA over 33 appearances) than as a starter (4.81 ERA over 10 starts) last season, and the Brewers understandably want to keep him in a relief role.

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Feb 17: Gorzelanny (shoulder) is expected to begin his throwing program Friday, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports. Gorzelanny is still completing his recovery from offseason shoulder surgery. He appears on-track to return for the start of the season with his throwing program already beginning this week. With added rotation depth, the Brewers would like to keep Gorzelanny as the most reliable left-handed option out of the bullpen.

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Jan 26: Gorzelanny (shoulder) has yet to begin a throwing program but is still expected to be ready for Opening Day, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Now more than seven weeks removed from shoulder surgery, Gorzelanny still has not picked up a baseball, but there doesn't seem to be much concern in the Brewers organization. The expectation is that he will be 100 percent come April, likely serving as the top lefty out of the bullpen to begin the year.

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