Tony Gwynn Jr. injured his throwing arm a couple of weeks ago, according to MLB.com. Apparently he was playing catch and he tweaked his shoulder and is now on a limited throwing program.
I find it ironic that two of the three suspects who have the most to prove are now injured. Weeks will probably follow suit.
Jack Zduriencik picked off another ex-Brewer today, this time off of waivers. Louis Pena was designated for assignment on Thursday to make room for Nick Green. Although Pena would have been a nice addition to the bullpen, Milwaukee needed starting pitchers more than a reliever. So now the Mariners have a pretty decent reliever in Pena.
Ramiro Mendoza will not be a Brewer after all. After failing a physical, Milwaukee didn't want to take the risk. This does result in some good news for Wisconsinites...Vincent Rottino will now be back at camp, thanks to the opening created by Pena.
Yovanni Gallardo is starting to come to his senses and leaning towards not pitching in the World Baseball Classic for Mexico. Smart move (if he decides not to) for Yo, Milwaukee is relying on him as their next ace.
Hart and the Brewers are heading to an arbitration hearing.