Tom Gorzelanny is looking forward to pitching for the Milwaukee Brewers much more so than he did having to face them. "I never really pitched that well against them," the veteran left-hander said Friday after his two-year, $5.7 million deal with the Brewers became official. "It wasn't much fun facing that lineup. I'm glad I won't have to face (Ryan) Braun and those guys. I'd rather be on their side." As with many lefties facing Milwaukee's primarily right-handed, power-packed lineup, Gorzelanny struggled against the Brewers, going 4-4 with a 5.08 earned run average in 16 games (12 starts) with the Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago Cubs. In seven outings at Miller Park, he compiled a 7.63 ERA and allowed nine homers in 30 2/3 innings...
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