Corey Hart of the Milwaukee Brewers hits a broken bat single to centerfield against the Pittsburgh Pirates at Miller Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (Photo by Mike McGinnis/Getty Images)
The Brewers first baseman could miss up to a week.
Now, it appears he might be on the shelf for a few days, though the team is trying to get him some help so he can play. Adam McCalvy:
Asked about his level of pain, Hart said, "It's 10.
"I think today is better than yesterday, and I feel like I was able to do more than I thought I would today. I can modify my swing. I can get by. It stinks, because I feel like my swing was pretty good, and I don't want to modify it, but I won't be able to swing like I normally swing because of my front foot [and] how I plant."
The Brewers are having Hart fitted with a custom foot support Wednesday, and manager Ron Roenicke said he "hopes" Hart will be able to play Friday against the Mets. With Milwaukee in an unexpected spot -- just four games out of the second wild-card -- they could use Hart's bat.
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