MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Brewers outrighted left-hander Chris Narveson to Triple-A Nashville on Friday, removing him from the 40-man roster.
Narveson, 31, will continue to start for Nashville, where he was on a rehab assignment recovering from a sprained left middle finger. Though it's a disappointing setback, Narveson is taking the mindset of trying to earn his way back to the big leagues.
"The competitive side of me, you can't take it as a (negative)," Narveson said. "You love the game, you want to play. I love the Brewers. You want to go work your butt off to get back to where you want to be. I know if you are not healthy you can't do that. I need to get myself that way and get some good starts under my belt."
In five rehab starts for the Sounds, Narveson was 1-2 with a 7.00 ERA. He's pitched just four major league innings since 2011, missing the majority of last season with a torn left rotator cuff.
"We thought it was the best way to go about it," Brewers manager Ron Roeni...