CLEVELAND (AP) -- Grady Sizemore isn't about to give up on his latest rehab with the Cleveland Indians.
The three-time All-Star outfielder, on the disabled list for the seventh time in the last four years, jogged around Progressive Field before Cleveland played the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday. He said he hopes to return in June and hasn't thought about calling it a career.
"I'm not at that point yet," said Sizemore, who had lower back surgery March 1.
"I still feel pretty young and I'm relatively early in my career. I love this game. I've had tough luck with injuries. All you can do with that is try to get healthy."
Sizemore got hurt early in spring training while rehabbing from right knee surgery in October.
The 29-year-old missed only nine games from 2005 to 2008, but has since had hernia surgery and operations on both knees and his left elbow. He played in only 33 games in 2010 and 71 a year ago.
Sizemore wore a protective sleeve on his left calf as he jogged. The herniate...