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The Milwaukee Brewers got more bad news as Corey Hart joins Rickie Weeks among the injured. Hart will miss 3 to 4 weeks as he will have orthopedic surgery on his right knee. Hart is in jeopardy of missing the start of the season but should be back by mid April. Hart will miss all of the Spring Training games so he will probably be placed on the 15 game disabled list to start the season and play in extended Spring Training games. The Brewers lineup, already thinned out with the loss of Prince Fielder, will be even thinner without Hart. It is all uphill for the Brew Crew starting the 2012 campaign. Get all of your MLB news, rumors, and discussion at MTRbaseball.com. Follow MTR Baseball on Facebook and Twitter and listen to the MTR Baseball Beat every Friday at 8pm EST on MTR Radio or any time On Demand. Bookmark It Hide Sites $$('div.d32314').each( function(e) { e.visualEffect('slide_up',{duration:0.5}) });
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