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|2014 Season (CBSSports.com)||530.00||24.00||.260||80.00||84.00||3.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs Werner (Career)||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|03/07/2014||Corey Hart, RF SEA|
Anthony Rizzo, 1B CHC
Brandon Beachy, SP ATL
|Kenley Jansen, RP LAD|
|03/06/2014||John Axford, RP CLE||Corey Hart, RF SEA|
|03/06/2014||Logan Morrison, 1B SEA|
Corey Hart, RF SEA
Mike Moustakas, 3B KC
|Manny Machado, 3B BAL|
|Last 10 Games|
|Corey Hart to play the field Friday |
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(3/6/14) Mariners outfielder Corey Hart is expecting to play the field Friday, according to the Tacoma News Tribune.
Hart will serve as the team's designated hitter Thursday, and is tentatively scheduled to play right field Friday. Hart missed last season due to knee issues, and it's unclear whether he'll be able to handle outfield duties regularly. The Mariners intend to use him out there, and will get a look at how much his defense has slipped due to injuries.
|Corey Hart to be worked into outfield mix later this week |
|by Nando Di Fino | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(3/3/14) Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon told MLB.com Monday that offseason acquisition Corey Hart will be worked into the outfield mix "later this week," after spending some time as DH.
Hart, 31, missed all of 2013 after undergoing left knee surgery. He had been coming back from right knee surgery, and injured his left knee in the rehab process.
Hart averaged 29 home runs from 2010 to 2012, hitting .279 with an .857 OPS. He is expected to start in right field for Seattle this season.
|Corey Hart reaches base twice in spring debut |
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
(3/1/14) Starting at designated hitter in his spring debut Friday, Mariners outfielder Corey Hart went 1 for 2 with one walk and one run in his team's 12-1 win over the Padres.
Hart is attempting to get back to the form he showed before missing all the 2013 season with knee injuries. He's expected to man right field for the Mariners this year, but he could be given regular time at designated hitter or first base in an attempt to keep him as healthy as possible.
|Corey Hart expected to play Friday |
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(2/27/14) Mariners first baseman Corey Hart is expected to make his spring debut Friday, according to the Seattle Times.
Hart missed all of last season due to knee issues. He signed with the Mariners in the offseason hoping to prove he can still hit. In 2012, Hart posted a .270/.334/.507 slash line.
|Corey Hart feels 'right now' he can play 145 games in outfield |
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
(2/24/14) Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon said last week the best-case scenario would be for Corey Hart to play 145 games in right field. Hart, who missed all of last season recovering from major surgeries on both knees, feels his manager's goal is realistic, according to The News Tribune.
"I talked to (McClendon) about that, and I can’t say ‘no’ right now," Hart said. "Right now, I feel good. That’s what I told him, 'Right now, I feel I could go out and easily do it.' I’ll try to go out there every day ... and then we’ll see if I can do this or can’t do this. I think I will be able to do it. The training staff here, these guys are great."
Hart said McClendon has been great at managing Hart's workload early in spring training.
"Lloyd has been on me regularly to make sure I pace myself," Hart said. "Just go hard when I need to. But I’ve been able to (do) everything without restrictions. Again, the test will be when we start playing games, and how I recover from game to game. But so far, it’s been good."
|Perhaps feeling guilty for leading them on about the status of his surgically repaired knee last spring, Corey Hart said he'd take less money to return to the Brewers in 2014 before ultimately signing with Seattle, where a vacant DH spot gives him the best chance of playing every day. Of course, after he missed all of last season with one setback after another, culminating in surgery on his opposite knee in July, Fantasy owners might not appreciate all Hart could do for them in such a role. In the three years prior to 2013, he had settled in as a 30-homer, .850-OPS type, making up for his suspect plate discipline with a respectable batting average. In 2012, he averaged 3.01 Head-to-Head points per game, which is about what Prince Fielder averaged in 2013. Granted, Hart hasn't been a model of health over the years, and for a 32-year-old coming off surgery to both knees and moving to a pitcher's park, regression is certainly plausible. But after a year in which he faked out more than just the Brewers with his unwarranted optimism, you'll get him for next to nothing on Draft Day. Seems worth it, no?
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