MILWAUKEE -- Tom Gorzelanny faced one batter and threw only two pitches in the seventh inning of Monday's 5-2 loss to the Pirates before exiting the game with left shoulder tightness.
After Gorzelanny gave up a single to Pirates starting pitcher Charlie Morton, he was met at the mound by manager Ron Roenicke and assistant trainer David Yeager.
"He couldn't get loose," Brewers manager Ron Roenicke said. "Little bit of a cuff irritation, but that should be day to day. He's got a little weakness there and a little irritation. I don't think he'll have to be shut down."
Alfredo Figaro came on, and immediately gave up a single to Jose Tabata and a three-run home run to Neil Walker, extending the Pirates' lead to 5-1. One of the three runs was credited to Gorzelanny.
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