MILWAUKEE -- Already with two relievers and a pitcher who struggled mightily at Triple A in their rotation, the Milwaukee Brewers may have to find a way to fill another rotation spot.
Left-hander Tom Gorzelanny left Friday's 4-1 loss to Washington in the top of the second inning after getting drilled in the left elbow by a line drive off the bat of Nationals right fielder Jayson Werth.
X-rays were negative and Gorzelanny is day-to-day with a left elbow contusion, but whether he can make his next start is up in the air.
"It definitely doesn't feel good right now," Gorzleanny said. "It's hard to tell a couple of hours after it just happened. We'll see what happens."
Starting against his former team, Gorzelanny needed just eight pitches to cruise through the top of the first inning. Werth led off the second inning with a bullet back through the box. The ball struck Gorzelanny's elbow and rolled all the way to the foul line for an infield single.
"It got me pretty square in the elb...