Brewers manager Ron Roenicke said Thursday that he's still planning on getting Corey Hart (knee) back in late May.
Hart said Wednesday that he's ahead of schedule and expects to be playing by late April, but Roenicke is still operating under the assumption that the original four-month timetable for the first baseman will stick. "It does make a difference, how you go about things mentally in coming back from injuries and rehabbing, and if he's positive, he's probably going to work harder," Roenicke said. "But the doctors tell us it's going to be four months [post-surgery] -- I'm going on that. If he comes back sooner than that, great. He says he's a fast healer, I hope he is. But I think, realistically, we're looking somewhere the later part of May. If he's back earlier, great."