(WNFL) - Milwaukee Brewers' free-agent Corey Hart says four teams have shown an interest in signing him -- the Brewers, Boston, Colorado, and Tampa Bay. Hart told M-L-B Network Radio yesterday that nothing will happen until after he gets a medical clearance to return. He expects that to happen on December third. The 31-year-old Hart missed all of the 2013 season after having surgery on both knees. He said he has talked with the Brewers -- and while he'd like to return, Hart says anything can happen. Hart said he lost 20 pounds during his rehab -- and if necessary, he could return to the outfield after playing at first base for the Crew in 2012. Hart made 10-million-dollars this year. In September, he said he'd take less money to return to Milwaukee, his only Major League organization. However, he now says it will be a family decision.