The Brewers will be without pitcher Chris Narveson for a bit. He is trying to recover from a sprained finger, but the recovery process will take some time. The Brewers chose to place him on the disabled list yesterday.
According to Adam McCalvy of MLB.com, the club will look at position player options to replace Narveson on the 25-man roster.
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The Milwaukee Brewers have placed left-hander Chris Narveson on the 15-day disabled list with a sprained middle finger on his left hand.
No corresponding roster move was announced, but manager Ron Roenicke told reporters after Monday's 7-4 victory over the Cubs that a position player would be recalled from Triple-A Nashville prior to Tuesday night's game.
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,...
Left-hander Chris Narveson and the Milwaukee Brewers have agreed to an $840,000, one-year contract.
Narveson was 1-1 with a 7.00 ERA in two starts last April, then had season-ending surgery on his left rotator cuff. He made $500,000.
Four Brewers remain eligible for arbitration: right-handers John Axford, Burke Badenhop and Marco Estrada, and outfielder Carlos Gomez.
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January 10, 2013
Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Chris Narveson underwent successful surgery on Tuesday to repair his labrum and torn rotator cuff in his throwing shoulder, according to a tweet from Brewers media relations director Mike Vassallo.
The surgery was performed by Dr. William Raasch, the team's physician. Narveson's recovery time is expected to be around nine months, which may put his...
Milwaukee Brewers starter Chris Narveson was diagnosed with a torn rotator cuff and got a second opinion confirming the diagnoses. He is now heading to surgery and will be out of action for at least 6 months ending his 2012 season.
Narveson has been a dependable bottom of the rotation pitcher for the Brew Crew and as he enters his first arbitration eligible season, the injury will...
Milwaukee Brewers left-hander Chris Narveson will have surgery on the torn rotator cuff in his throwing shoulder and miss the rest of the season, he said Tuesday.
''I'll be ready for next year,'' he said before the team's game with the Houston Astros. ''It's six to nine months.''
He made the decision to have surgery after receiving a...
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April 24, 2012
MILWAUKEE -- After being placed on the 15-day DL last week for a tear in his rotator cuff, Brewers' No. 5 starter Chris Narveson announced today that he will undergo season-ending surgery on his throwing shoulder.
The recovery time for the surgery is believed to be between six and nine months.
Narveson was one of the league's top No. 5 pitchers last season, finishing with...
The Milwaukee Brewers have placed left-hander Chris Narveson on the disabled list because of a tear in his rotator cuff, and he might need surgery.
Narveson says he is hopeful that his injury won't need more than some rest to heal. But he's also preparing for the possibility of surgery, saying, ''Sometimes, the outlook doesn't look too good, but we'll see...
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April 20, 2012
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MILWAUKEE -- Brewers' fifth starter Chris Narveson was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Friday with a torn rotator cuff in his throwing shoulder.
Narveson was scheduled to start in Milwaukee's second game of its series with Colorado, but instead, Brewers' manager Ron Roenicke said today that reliever Marco Estrada would get the start on Saturday.