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Topic - Corey Hart
When Kevin Kouzmanoff was riding the buses in Double-A two seasons ago, he kept his focus on returning to the majors and providing the kind of production that he is now delivering for the Texas Rangers.
Now the Los Angeles Angels are more concerned about Josh Hamilton's aching thumb than their inability to solve the Seattle Mariners early this season.
Corey Hart saw everyone around him contributing something to the Seattle Mariners' strong start. After a lackluster spring and sluggish first week, he desperately wanted to be a part of it.
The Seattle Mariners quickly answered those critics who thought Robinson Cano wouldn't have enough support in the lineup to make a difference.
Two pitches into his spring training return, the Brewers' most important player tried to prove his point.
Robinson Cano was just the start. The Seattle Mariners didn't stop with one major splash in trying to catch up with the best in the AL West.
Seattle spent $240 million on Robinson Cano, but can it generate enough offense elsewhere in the lineup to contend in 2014?
Talk about change in baseball.
Milwaukee Brewers first baseman Mat Gamel has torn the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee for the second time in less than a year and will miss the season.
Milwaukee Brewers right fielder Corey Hart needs surgery on his right knee that will sideline him for up to a month.
MILWAUKEE (AP) - Cole Hamels pitched a four-hitter and Hunter Pence's triple keyed a six-run sixth inning as the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Milwaukee Brewers 7-2 Thursday night.
After Tom Gorzelanny spun around and watched Corey Hart take the fifth pitch of the night for an estimated 430-foot ride off the back of the center-field batters eye, he turned, faced home plate umpire Tim Welke and asked for a new ball.
Corey Hart's spring has been far from perfect, with a rib injury limiting him in camp.
Milwaukee Brewers right fielder Corey Hart says he could be out longer than originally expected after aggravating his strained left oblique muscle.
Milwaukee Brewers All-Star right fielder Corey Hart is expected to be sidelined for two weeks with a strained lower abdominal muscle on his left side.
"It's tough to score six and get the hits we had and not get the win," Hart said. "We're trying to fight through some adversity early, but we all believe we're a good ballclub."
"Down 4-0 at one point and to battle back and take the lead, we definitely have fight in this team," Hart said.