Hafner’s shoulder still sore

Travis Hafner could be on the way back to the Cleveland Indians soon. Or maybe not.

The Sykeson native is hitting .429 (12-for-28) with three doubles, a homer and six RBI in eight games on a rehab stint at Triple-A Columbus.

But Hafner’s shoulder is still sore, according to the team’s Web site.The rehab assignment runs out on Wednesday, at which point the Indians will have to make a decision on whether or not he’s ready to return. If not, Hafner would get more treatment on the ailing shoulder and start the rehab process over.

The Indians also placed outfielder Grady Sizemore on the disabled list on Sunday with an inflamed left elbow. And Victor Martinez is day to day with a bruised knee.

Corell wins Modifieds feature

John Corell picked up his first feature win of the season on Saturday night at the Jamestown Speedway.

Corell won the Wissota Modifieds feature, with Jerry Lamb coming in second and Ben Mickelson third.

Rusty Kollman took the Wissota Street Stocks feauture, followed by Kelly Hagel and Casey Stangeland.

Dustin Strand won the Wissota Midwest Modifieds feature, with Ryan Mikkelson second and Jerry Theis third.

The Bombers feature went to Justin Kollman, who led wire to wire to claim his third straight feature win.

Randy Gordon and Brandon Guthmiller won the Road Hog race.