• The Brewers have until Friday to decide what to do with left-hander Tom Gorzelanny, who has yet to pitch this season as he recovers from left shoulder surgery. He has been on rehab since May 14, and Friday is the 30-day mark -- the maximum for a pitcher's rehab assignment, unless another issue arises.
In 15 2/3 innings across 10 Minor League outings -- seven of which have come with Triple-A Nashville -- Gorzelanny has a 1.15 ERA and 0.83 WHIP. He has struck out 12 and walked two.
According to Roenicke, all reports concerning Gorzelanny's health have been positive.
• Right-hander Tyler Thornburg, placed on the 15-disabled list on Saturday, has what Roenicke called "a little irritation" in his right elbow, but there is no damage. Thornburg shouldn't be on the shelf much longer than the required 15 days, but the team will be cautious.
"We need to quiet it down, so we'll back him off a while from throwing [and] take the right steps to get him back healthy again," Roenicke said.
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