Found June 09, 2013 on Fox Sports Wisconsin:
MILWAUKEE -- There was a long delay before Brewers manager Ron Roenicke was ready to meet with the media after Saturday night's 4-3 victory over Philadelphia. With closer Jim Henderson set to come off the disabled list tomorrow, a roster move had to be made, and there's usually a delay when one is coming. But this one was longer. As it turns out, Roenicke was waiting to talk to Tyler Thornburg. First, Roenicke wanted to congratulate the right-hander on his first Major-League win, but then he had to notify Thornburg he was going back down to Triple-A. Where was Thornburg? Well, he was trying to clean out his ears. His teammates surprised him with a cold water and baby powder shower, and he couldn't get the mixture out of his ears to go meet with the manager. It was a bittersweet night for Thornburg, as he was packing his bags for Nashville less than a half hour after his first major league win. "I kind of figured it was coming," Thornburg said. "I knew...
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