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MLB Injury News:
Brewers first baseman Corey Hart is making slow but steady progress in his
rehabilitating efforts to return to the Brewers’ lineup. Hart began hitting in a cage
as May started, and on May 12, he began running steadily on a treadmill. MLB.com’s
McCalvy reported that Hart is eligible to come off of the
disabled list on May 30, but it could take him until mid-June to get back into
the Brewers' lineup.
recovering from right knee surgery during the offseason, and he reports having no issues with the knee since beginning rehabilitation. He says that
he is ready to begin hitting on the field as he continues to progress.
not begin plying rehab games right away, but as long as his legs keep
getting stronger, he remains optimistic: “I'm getting to the point where I have to start doing more,
and right now, the strength still isn't where I want it to be."
Brewers are in fifth place in the National League Central at 15-20 as play
begins on May 13. They are third
in the league in home runs but seventh in runs scored. Their problems lies
on the mound. Hart is a run producer that can help the offense overcome the
pitching staff’s ERA, which is the highest in the National League.
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