Gonzalez didn't factor into the decision in Saturday's 8-3 win over the Diamondbacks, allowing three runs on five hits and two walks over four-plus innings while striking out one.
The veteran lefty returned from the IL and looked good through four innings in his first big-league start since May 27, but three straight doubles by Arizona to lead off the fifth chased Gonzalez from the game after 73 pitches (45 strikes). He'll take a 3.60 ERA and 27:1 K:BB through 35 innings into his next start Friday, at home against the Cubs.
Gonzalez (arm) was activated as expected Saturday ahead of his scheduled start against the Diamondbacks.
Gonzalez has been out of action since late May due to dead arm. He posted a 3.19 ERA in six starts prior to the injury. Burch Smith was optioned in a corresponding move. Gonzalez may not be asked to pitch too deep into Saturday's contest, as he threw just 68 pitches in his most recent rehab start for Triple-A San Antonio on Monday.
Gonzalez (arm) will return from the injured list to start Saturday in Arizona, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
Gonzalez is finally through with a period of dead arm that had kept him sidelined since late May. He pitched well for the Brewers in six starts prior to landing on the injured list, recording a 3.19 ERA. His return will bump Adrian Houser to the bullpen.
Gonzalez's (arm) next start is expected to come in the majors, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Gonzalez has been out since late May with dead arm, but he's apparently ready to go after just two rehab appearances. He allowed a combined three runs on nine hits in 6.2 innings of work, striking out six and walking none. He lines up to pitch Saturday in Arizona and could boot Adrian Houser back to the bullpen.
Gonzalez (arm) will make a second rehab appearance Monday with Triple-A San Antonio, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
A dead arm has kept Gonzalez out of major-league action since late May. He's made one rehab appearance so far, allowing two runs on four hits in two innings Wednesday with High-A Carolina. It's not yet clear whether he'll require a third rehab appearance following Monday's outing.
Gonzalez (arm) will begin a rehab assignment with High-A Carolina on Wednesday, Sophia Minnaert of FOX Sports Wisconsin reports.
Gonzalez hasn't pitched since late May due to a dead arm. He threw an extended bullpen session Saturday and is expected to make multiple rehab starts before eventually returning to Milwaukee.
Gonzalez (arm) is expected to require more than one rehab start before returning to the big leagues, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Gonzalez was previously thought to have a chance to return from his dead arm prior to the All-Star break. He's no longer on that timeline and will have to wait at least a little while into the second half before being activated. It's not yet clear exactly when his rehab assignment will begin.
Gonzalez (arm) will not return before the All-Star break, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Gonzalez felt some soreness during his most recent bullpen session, prompting the Brewers to adjust his throwing program. A new return timetable for the southpaw has yet to emerge.
Gonzalez (arm) will throw an "aggressive" bullpen session Thursday, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
If everything goes off without a hitch, Gonzalez will be cleared to face live hitters before eventually being sent out on a minor-league rehab assignment. Barring setbacks, there's still a chance the southpaw can return from the injured list prior to the All-Star break, which begins July 8.
Gonzalez (arm) completed a bullpen session Tuesday and will throw another session after the team returns to Milwaukee on Thursday, Sophia Minnaert of Fox Sports Wisconsin reports.
Gonzalez will then require a minor-league rehab assignment but could make his return the week prior to the All-Star break, which begins July 8. The veteran left-hander has been sidelined since the start of June with a dead arm.
Gonzalez (arm) is expected to throw a bullpen session Tuesday, Sophia Minnaert of FSN Wisconsin reports.
Gonzalez has been sidelined since late May with arm fatigue, but he was able to throw long toss Monday, and is set to throw from a mound a day later, barring any abnormal soreness. The next step in Gonzalez's recovery figures to be based on how things go during Tuesday's session.
Gonzalez (arm) is not expected to be activated before June 20, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Milwaukee has a three-city road trip coming up, and manager Craig Counsell effectively ruled out a return for Gonzalez during that trip. The lefty is working through a dead-arm phase. He's been effective during his time with the Brewers dating back to last year, and there's little doubt the team will use him as a starter again once he's healthy.
Gonzalez was placed on the 10-day injured list with a dead arm Saturday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
Gonzalez reportedly isn't feeling any pain, but his arm simply didn't feel right. That doesn't sound particularly encouraging, but the Brewers don't currently appear to be expecting a long absence. Catcher Manny Pina (hamstring) was activated from the 10-day injured list in a corresponding move, with the Brewers taking advantage of a pair of off days to go with four starters for now. Zach Davies will start Sunday against the Pirates. Gonzalez will be eligible to return June 8, which happens to be the next time the Brewers will require a fifth starter.
Gonzalez yielded four runs on seven hits and a walk while striking out seven over 4.2 innings Monday in a no-decision against the Twins.
The Twins did all of their damage against Gonzalez in the second inning, plating four runs on six hits, including a three-run homer with two outs in the frame. While this outing was certainly his worst since joining Milwaukee at the end of April, the southpaw still owns a 3.19 ERA and 1.19 WHIP with a 26:9 K:BB over 31 innings.
Gonzalez won't make a start during the Brewers' three-game home series with the Phillies this weekend, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Gonzalez took the hill for the first of the Brewers' five games this week Tuesday against the Reds and would have been available Sunday on his normal rest, but Counsell has elected to keep a five-man rotation intact. That means that Gonzalez will miss out on a two-start week, with his next turn likely to fall Monday in Minnesota against a tough Twins offense.
Gonzalez (2-1) allowed three earned runs on three hits and three walks while striking out four across five innings to take the loss Tuesday against the Reds.
Gonzalez allowed a leadoff triple, setting the tone for a troublesome first frame in which he allowed all three of his earned runs. Thereafter, he allowed only two walks to salvage a respectable line. A lack of run support stuck Gonzalez with the loss, but he's been a solid addition to the Brewers' rotation, managing a 2.39 ERA and 1.10 WHIP across 26.1 innings for the season. He'll look to get off to a better start in his next outing, currently scheduled for Sunday against Philadelphia.
Gonzalez (2-0) gave up one run on seven hits and one walk while striking out three through 5.1 innings in a win over the Phillies on Wednesday.
Gonzalez worked in and out of trouble throughout the game, but only surrendered one run and earned his second win of the season. The left-hander has a sparkling 1.69 ERA through four starts, but he has a 6.3 K/9 and has yet to pitch six innings in an outing. Gonzalez will make his next start Tuesday against the Reds.
Gonzalez tossed 5.2 shutout innings Friday, allowing only two hits with three strikeouts and three walks to earn a victory over the Cubs.
Signed originally just as a place-holder starter at the end of April, Gonzalez has been a pleasant surprise. He hasn't pitched past the sixth inning in any of his three MLB outings this year, but he also has yet to yield more than two runs in any appearance. He is 1-0 with a 1.69 ERA, 0.94 WHIP and 12 strikeouts across 16 innings. Gonzalez will look to keep this strong beginning to the year going in his next start against the Phillies on Wednesday.
Gonzalez allowed one earned run on three hits and no walks while striking out seven across 5.1 innings Saturday against the Mets. He did not factor into the decision.
Gonzalez suppressed the Mets' offense, allowing only one extra-base hit on the night, an RBI triple by Amed Rosario in the second inning. Though his seven strikeouts were supported by only nine called strikes and 12 swinging strikes, Gonzalez has walked just one batter across his 10.1 innings as a member of the Brewers. Given the current state of the Milwaukee pitching staff, it's almost certain Gonzalez will get another turn in the rotation, with his next start likely to come Friday at Wrigley Field.
Gonzalez is slated to make his next start Saturday against the Mets, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
Freddy Peralta's (shoulder) announced return from the 10-day injured list for Thursday's series finale against the Rockies temporarily left the back end of the Milwaukee rotation in flux, but the crowding was eased Wednesday, when Chase Anderson (finger) was forced to the IL. Anderson's absence should allow Gonzalez to stick in the rotation for at least two more starts after the 34-year-old fared well in his initial outing with the big club last weekend. Gonzalez will get a second straight matchup with the Mets squad he limited to two runs on six hits and a walk over five innings.
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