Found February 26, 2013 on Baseball Professor:
Depending on who you ask, Corey Hart will miss somewhere between one and two months this year after undergoing surgery on January 25 to repair a torn meniscus in his knee. Hart maintains he’ll be back by April 20. Manager Ron Roenicke insists the original late-May target is a more appropriate timetable.When we originally created these 2013 projections back in November/December, we projected a nearly full season from Hart. We’ve adjusted that line below to a 119-game projection, the number we feel Hart will probably play this season. You’ll notice that the PSR and PSR Rank columns have been dashed out — with the new projection our original 63rd-overall rank no longer applies. Recalculations will be made in our 2013 Draft Guide, which will be available on March 1!When Hart does return, he’ll probably bat fifth for the Brewers. Over the last two seasons he’s rebounded from a disastrous one-and-a-half year slide spanning from the second half of 2008 all the way through 2009, and now he’...
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