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Hart happy to find out wrist isn't broken

Hart happy to find out wrist isn't broken

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MILWAUKEE -- A day after slamming his wrist into the wall in right field, Corey Hart said he felt a little sore. The good news, though, is that an MRI on Friday revealed no fracture.

Hart said the exam was a relief: "Especially the way it's going, I didn't want to miss too much. I might miss a few days. I'll take treatment until it stops hurting. I'm lucky I didn't break anything. It could have been a lot worse."

Hart injured his wrist Friday in the top of the third inning during the Brewers' 7-5 victory over the Nationals. As he attempted to catch a long foul ball off the bat of Cristian Guzman, Hart slid and hit his right hand against the concrete wall below the padding.

Hart injured his wrist in a similar region of the ballpark where Braves outfielder Matt Diaz slid into the concrete wall and suffered a knee injury two years ago, which cost him much of the season.

Now it's just a waiting game for Hart and the Brewers.

Hart was out of the lineup Saturday night, and Joe Inglett got the start in right field. Before the game, Hart sported a compression sleeve on his right wrist, which is intended to keep the swelling down.

Once he feels well enough to play again, Hart expects to return to the field. The Brewers have an off-day Thursday, which could give him an extra day of rest before returning.

But that's not exactly his plan.

"I'd like to be in before then," Hart said. "I'm probably not going to play these next two. Hopefully I'll get at least a couple games against the Reds."

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