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Corey Hart (1B,RF)

Seattle Mariners

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Corey Hart News & Advice

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KFFL | Apr 18th, 2:13pm
Seattle Mariners OF Corey Hart had no problems in right field when he got the ...
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RotoBaller | Apr 17th, 11:47pm
BALLER MOVE: Add in Mixed Leagues ANALYSIS: After missing the entire 2013 season due to recovering from knee surgery, Corey Hart is back with a new team in the Seattle Mariners, as well as a new lease on life. Through the first couple weeks, his .231 BA isn’t too promising, but he does boast 4 [...]
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KFFL | Apr 17th, 3:30pm
Seattle Mariners OF Corey Hart convinced manager Lloyd McClendon that he's healthy enough to play ...
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Rotoworld | Apr 17th, 2:48pm
Corey Hart is playing right field for the first time with the Mariners Thursday afternoon vs. the Rangers.
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KFFL | Apr 17th, 12:31pm
Seattle Mariners DH/OF Corey Hart is making his first start in right field Thursday, April ...
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MLB.com | Apr 14th, 11:23pm
Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon feels designated hitter Corey Hart is healthy enough to move into the cleanup spot now and shifted Hart into the fourth spot in place of Justin Smoak for Monday's series opener against the Rangers.
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KFFL | Apr 14th, 10:57pm
Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon said Monday, April 14, that 1B-OF Corey Hart will likely ...
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KFFL | Apr 14th, 6:59pm
Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon said OF Corey Hart won't be playing the outfield anytime ...
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The Fantasy Fix | Mar 30th, 1:13am
Hart used to be a fun player to own due to his speed/power combo, possessing easy ability to hit over 20 homers and steal over 20 bases. At this point in his career though, injuries have sapped his explosiveness on the base paths and he can no longer be counted on to provide double digit steals. Although he should still hit over 20 bombs, it will be tough sledding at Safeco Field compared to Miller Park. - Alan Harrison
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KFFL | Mar 20th, 9:45am
He missed last season because he had surgeries on both knees. Those and a move from Miller Park to Safeco Field will reduce his 30-homer potential (20?), maybe even availability. But Hart isn't washed up. He's one of few RHBs at the M's disposal, and the club appears ready to make him the starter in right field. Looks like a good buy. - Nicholas Minnix