MILWAUKEE -- Left-hander Tom Gorzelanny's left elbow contusion didn't improve much overnight, leaving the Milwaukee Brewers scrambling to find a pitcher to make his next scheduled start Wednesday in San Francisco.
Gorzelanny left Friday's 4-1 loss to Washington after taking a Jayson Werth line drive off the left elbow in the top of the second inning. He was in a good amount of pain Friday night and he reported not much change Saturday.
"He's still pretty swollen in the elbow," Brewers manager Ron Roenicke said. "The start on Wednesday is definitely a question mark. (Brewers general manager) Doug (Melvin) was in earlier and we were talking about different scenarios for what we can do. It's getting really complicated."
If Gorzelanny is unable to go, the Brewers will likely have to turn to the minor leagues to find Wednesday's starter. Nashville is off Wednesday, but it would have been right-hander Marco Estrada's turn to pitch.
After working 2 23 innings and allowing two earned ru...