by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
Brewers option Jim Henderson to Triple-A
The Brewers sent pitcher Jim Henderson to its Triple-A affiliate Thursday, the team announced. With the move, the Brewers now have an extra spot on the 40-man roster. Henderson has produced a 7.15 ERA in 11 1/3 innings this season.
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
Brewers activate RP Jim Henderson, place him at Triple-A
The Brewers have reinstated right-handed reliever Jim Henderson from the 15-day disabled list and optioned him to Triple-A Colorado Springs. Henderson has recovered from shoulder surgery. He hasn't pitched in a major league game since last May 1.
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
Brewers' Jim Henderson moved to Triple-A for rehab work
The Brewers transferred reliever the rehab assignment of Jim Henderson (shoulder) from Double-A Biloxi to Triple-A Colorado Springs, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Friday. Henderson has made six appearances (one start) in the minors this season, registering a 1.50 ERA through six innings pitched.
by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
Brewers move Jim Henderson's rehab to Double-A
Brewers RHP Jim Henderson advanced one level in his minor league injury rehab assignment. The Brewers moved Henderson from Single-A to Double-A on Friday. Henderson is on the 15-day DL with a shoulder injury. He made two appearances of one inning each while at Single-A Brevard County. He allowed one run on two hits, walked one and struck out three.
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
Brewers send Jim Henderson to Class A for rehab assignment
The Brewers sent reliever Jim Henderson (shoulder) on a rehab assignment to high Class A Brevard County, per the team's official website. He is expected to make his first rehab appearance for the Manatees against Dunedin on Friday.
by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
P Jim Henderson, lone Brewer on DL, to be assigned to minors
Brewers reliever Jim Henderson is expected to be assigned to a minor league affiliate by mid-April when he returns from the disabled list, according to MLB.com. As of Saturday, Henderson is the only Brewer on the disabled list, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Henderson has been recovering from shoulder surgery he underwent in August and his velocity this spring has been down as a result.Henderson made 14 appearances for the Brewers in 2014, allowing nine earned runs in 11.1 innings (7.15 ERA).
by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer
Brewers RP Jim Henderson might begin year on disabled list
Brewers reliever Jim Henderson is scheduled to throw two innings in a minor-league game Thursday, per MLB.com. Assistant general manager Gord Ash will be in attendance. Following the outing, the Brewers will decide if Henderson will begin the season on the MLB disabled list or start the year in the minors. Henderson is still working his way back from shoulder surgery in August.
by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer
Brewers P Jim Henderson sent down to minor-league camp
Brewers pitcher Jim Henderson is no longer at the major league camp, as the team moved him over to the minor-league side Friday, according to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. Henderson had struggled with velocity throughout camp due to shoulder surgery, and the team recommended he go over to the minor league camp for additional work. "We thought it best that he continue to work on his shoulder over there," Brewers assistant general manager Gord Ash said. "He might have to become a different pitcher now. He was having moderate success."
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
Brewers' Jim Henderson still dealing with diminished velocity
Brewers pitcher Jim Henderson has yet to see his velocity return to its previous level as he continues to work his way back from shoulder surgery, the Journal Sentinel reports. Henderson's diminished velocity could affect his chances to break camp with the Brewers. He made just 14 appearances last season, posting a 7.15 ERA and 17:4 K:BB ratio in 11 1/3 innings.
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
Brewers' Jim Henderson returns to action with strong game
Brewers reliever Jim Henderson turned in a strong inning of work on Wednesday. Henderson, who missed the second half of last season due to shoulder surgery, got in his first game action in months. He pitched a scoreless inning, striking out two during the appearance. Henderson did allow one walk. Following the game, Henderson said he was glad to be back out there. "It felt great to have that umpire back there and a hitter in there," Henderson said. "I think I threw two balls in a row and had to remind myself, 'Just treat it like a live BP type of thing and just focus on the glove.' That's was all I was concerned about." The 32-year-old Henderson posted a 7.15 ERA over 11 1/3 innings before being shut down last year. He's expected to open the season in Milwaukee's bullpen.