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Dr. William Raasch Performs Knee Surgery on Brewers 1st Baseman Corey Hart Featured

Written by  Laura Dyrda | Tuesday, 22 January 2013 09:02
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William Raasch, MD, team physician for the Milwaukee Brewers, performed knee surgery on first baseman Corey Hart, according to an ESPN report.
Dr. Raasch will perform an arthroscopic procedure to repair a torn meniscus. Mr. Hart noticed swelling during an off-season workout and an MRI confirmed he needed surgery, which could take around four months for full recovery, according to the report.

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