Found June 13, 2013 on MLB Injury News:
There was a point when Milwaukee Brewers first baseman Corey Hart was hoping to be back from his knee surgery in April. This has obviously long passed, and general manager Doug Melvin said today during his WTMJ radio segment that Hart may not be back until after the All-Star break, according to Tom Haudricourt of The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. #Brewers GM Doug Melvin said on his WTMJ Radio show this morning that Corey Hart might not be back until after all-star break. — Tom (@Haudricourt) June 13, 2013 Since undergoing knee surgery over the winter, Hart has suffered several setbacks during his rehab. After Hart's April projection, the Brewers said they were hoping to have the slugger back by June. His progress has reportedly been slow but steady, and there was talk of him going out on a minor league rehab assignment in the not too distant future. While that may be the case, Hart will have to spend multiple games in the minors proving he's ready to rejoin the Brewers since he missed all of spring training. Considering the Milwaukee's place in the National League Central standings, there also isn't much point in rushing Hart back from injury. Hart has been a integral part of the middle of Milwaukee's lineup for the past several seasons. The 31-year-old hit .270/.334/.507 with 35 doubles and 30 home runs last year, and he owns a career batting line of .276/.334/.491 over nine seasons in the majors. Follow @mlbinjurynews Looking for fantasy baseball advice?
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