Found September 16, 2012 on Fox Sports Wisconsin:
MILWAUKEE It's no secret that Brewers pitcher Shaun Marcum hasn't been the same since returning from elbow tightness that kept him out for the better part of two months this season. In the five starts since his return, Marcum has averaged less than five innings per start and given up four runs in all but one appearance. That's mostly because of his lack of command, Brewers manager Ron Roenicke said after Saturday night's win, but is he struggling with his command enough to warrant the team possibly going in another direction with so many important games ahead? Not just yet, Roenicke answered on Sunday morning. "As far as we're concerned right now, (he's going to stay in the rotation)," Roenicke said. "He's not pitching like we hoped he would, like he hopes he would. He's disappointed in it. We are. I know what he's like when he's right." Roenicke was, however, pleased with Marcum's velocity on Saturday night, despit...
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