The two-time All-Star announced that he would retire today as a member of the Brewers, before having his plaque installed at Miller Park during a pregame ceremony on Friday. The Wall, established in 2014, commemorates the careers of players and broadcasters who were influential to the team’s history and success.
The former outfielder/first baseman last played for the Brewers in 2012, amassing career numbers with the club that include a .276 batting average with 154 home runs and 508 RBIs. Five times as a Brewer, Hart logged seasons of 20 or more home runs. He also ranks sixth all-time with a .491 slugging percentage.