Randy Wolf doesn't really know what has been wrong with him this season, and understands why the Milwaukee Brewers released him on Wednesday.
And while the move wasn't an easy one to take, the veteran left-hander went out of his way to say that he doesn't harbor any bitterness toward the Brewers - even though he got the bad news on his 36th birthday.
''It's a really tough pill to swallow,'' Wolf said. ''Luckily, I've always been humble in this game, and realized what this game is like.''
Wolf was 3-10 with a 5.69 ERA in 24 starts for Milwaukee this year and had lost his last four decisions. The Brewers owe him about $3.7 million in remaining salary and a buyout.
Wolf said things have been ''brutal'' this year but he doesn't know why.
His velocity isn't down from what it usually is, although he has struggled with his command.
''I just need to get better somehow, figure it out,'' Wolf said. ''Obviously, I'm leaving too many balls over the middle of the plate. And if I do a bette...