MILWAUKEE -- Brewers left-hander Chris Narveson is fully on board with the team's decision to move him to the bullpen instead of beginning the season in the team's starting rotation.
Narveson was limited to just one start last season because of a torn rotator cuff, and he doesn't want to overdo things early in the season.
"I'm not reading too much into it," Narveson said of the mutual decision. "It's just one of those things where it kind of gives you a little bit of a break between here and kind of cranking things up.
"I'd much rather be strong and know I can go every fifth day come August and September than all of a sudden you are shut down due to innings or physically you just hit that wall."
Narveson referenced the situation Brewers right-hander Mark Rogers faced last season when the team was in the heat of the playoff race. Rogers was in the rotation and pitching well, but the Brewers shut him down because he hit his innings limit coming off an injury.
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