Brewers' Bush Gets MRI Exams
CINCINNATI (AP) -- Brewers right-hander Dave Bush got MRI exams on his right arm and shoulder to try to determine why he felt fatigue in his last rehab start.
The Brewers didn't have results after the tests were conducted on Friday in Milwaukee. Manager Ken Macha said they might get word on Saturday.
Bush went on the disabled list June 23 because of a small tear in his right triceps. He made his second rehab start on Wednesday for Double-A Huntsville and felt tiredness in the arm during his three innings.
The Brewers were hoping to have Bush back in the rotation next week, but that's highly unlikely now. Right-hander Mike Burns could keep his spot in the rotation. Burns is 2-2 with a 5.54 ERA in four starts and one relief appearance.
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