Brewers rumors: Corey Hart's future in Milwaukee uncertain
The Milwaukee Brewers are clearly a rebuilding club, meaning pending free agent Corey Hart isn’t an automatic to be re-signed by the club this offseason. However, given the uncertainty surrounding Milwaukee’s first-base position, the Brewers could be interested in bringing Hart back in 2014, according to Adam McCalvy of MLB.com.
Hart is out for the remainder of the season after undergoing surgery on his right knee in January and left knee in July. The slugger’s spirits are apparently high, as his recovery has gone well so far. To this point, the Brewers’ training staff believes Hart has a shot at being ready to go when spring training 2014 rolls around.
“Back two weeks post-surgery for the left knee, he said,
‘The right knee feels to the point where I could play on it right now,’” Wright
said. “Since we had to take time to do the left knee surgery, we’ve throttled
back on some of the other things, just because you can’t do the full activity.
I can tell you he is progressing very well. He is repaired,” Ash said. “[Will
he be] 100 percent? We hope so.”
Via MLB Injury News
Author: Blaine Blontz