Found August 03, 2013 on MLB Injury News:
 Milwaukee Brewers' left-handed pitcher Tom Gorzelanny had to exit last night's game against the Washington Nationals in the second inning after being hit by a line drive off the bat of Jayson Werth. As reported by Kevin Massoth of MLB.com, "The ball struck Gorzelanny's elbow before it caromed toward the third-base line. The lefty took a few steps toward it but stopped short, showing obvious pain. Gorzelanny had his elbow checked out by trainers but could not throw a warmup pitch before exiting with what was later called a bruised left elbow. X-rays taken of the elbow were negative." Alfredo Figaro, who was recently on the disabled list for a month with a strained right oblique, replaced Gorzelanny in the third inning. It was only Figaro's third appearance since coming off the disabled list. Gorzelanny, who has been a reliever and spot starter during his career, entered last night's game with a 2-4 record and 2.83 earned run average this season. For his career, he has appeared in 230 games with 116 starts. He has a record of 46-49 with an earned run average of 4.28. 
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