MILWAUKEE -- Tom Gorzelanny has spent plenty of time in Arizona this season -- too much if you ask him.
Between spring training and the first six weeks of the season, the veteran left-hander watched the Milwaukee Brewers sprint out to a fast start from Maryvale Baseball Park and a Phoenix hotel room.
"It was very tough," Gorzelanny said. "Seeing the guys playing so...
With a strong showing down the stretch, Tom Gorzelanny probably would have locked up a spot in Milwaukee's rotation for 2014.
A few good starts led to an opportunity for the veteran left-hander to show he deserved to be a starting pitcher moving forward.
Now, after three straight poor outings, Gorzleanny's window of opportunity is likely closing.
Gorzelanny lasted just...
MILWAUKEE -- Tom Gorzelanny's audition to be in next year's starting rotation has hit a rough patch, one that may eventually cost him his chance to finish the season as a starting pitcher.
While the veteran left-hander will make his next scheduled start, Gorzelanny didn't help his cause Wednesday against St. Louis. The Cardinals batted around and scored six runs in the...
MILWAUKEE -- Left-hander Tom Gorzelanny's left elbow contusion didn't improve much overnight, leaving the Milwaukee Brewers scrambling to find a pitcher to make his next scheduled start Wednesday in San Francisco.
Gorzelanny left Friday's 4-1 loss to Washington after taking a Jayson Werth line drive off the left elbow in the top of the second inning. He was in a good...
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...
MILWAUKEE -- Barring a long extra innings game Thursday or Friday, Milwaukee Brewers left-hander Tom Gorzelanny will start Saturday against Philadelphia.
With right-hander Marco Estrada going on the 15-day disabled list with a left hamstring strain, the Brewers needed to find a starter for Saturday. Milwaukee is opting to move Gorzelanny to rotation for the time being instead of...
The Milwaukee Brewers placed left-hander Tom Gorzelanny on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to May 8, with shoulder tendinitis in his pitching arm after Saturday's 13-7 loss to the Cincinnati Reds.
The Brewers recalled right-hander Mike Fiers from Single-A Brevard County to replace him in the Milwaukee bullpen.
Gorzelanny, 30, was 1-0 with a 2.30 ERA and a blown save in...
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May 11, 2013
With a pitching staff that's already struggling, the Milwaukee Brewers have lost one of their more reliable relievers to the disabled list.
Left-hander Tom Gorzelanny has been placed on the DL with left shoulder tendinitis, retroactive to May 8.
Signed as a free agent this offseason, Gorzelanny is 1-0 with a 2.30 ERA over 15 23 innings in 18 games this season.Gorzelanny last...
The Milwaukee Brewers signed left-handed reliever?Tom Gorzelanny to a two-year contract Friday.
The 30-year-old Gorzelanny went 4-2 with a 2.88 ERA and one save in 45 games with Washington last season, a stint that included one start. He posted a 1.33 ERA in 27 innings pitched out of the bullpen following the All-Star break.
Gorzelanny worked at least two innings in 19 of his 44...
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December 21, 2012
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(Above, Tom Gorzelanny tips his cap to the Nats dugout after his 8th inning single drove in an insurance run. Screen cap via MASN/TV)
Nationals 7, Padres 2: Pigs fly, cats and dogs live in peace, pitchers hit and drive in runs, the Nats are 14-4 (tops in the NL), and Jordan Zimmermann finally gets some run support (and helped his own cause with the bat).