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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Matt Kemp
Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp is scheduled for an MRI of his surgically-repaired left ankle on Friday.
Matt Kemp isn't in a rush to get back. Not this time.
A team-by-team look at the National League West entering spring training, including key players each club acquired and lost, and dates of the first workout for pitchers and catchers, and the full squad:
Five things to know about the Los Angeles Dodgers as they start spring training camp:
The Dodgers have tons of talent and tons of money. Can they turn all of that into their first World Series appearance since 1988?
Jarrod Saltalamacchia is also leaving the World Series champion Red Sox, heading to the last-place Miami Marlins. Add in a pair of trades by Oakland, a three-team deal involving Arizona, Cincinnati and Tampa Bay, plus two other swaps Tuesday, and baseball's business season has started to boil a week before the winter meetings.
Don Mattingly said Monday that his 2014 contract option vested with the Dodgers' first-round playoff victory over Atlanta, but he isn't sure he'll be back as manager next season.
Without him the Los Angeles Dodgers are just another underachieving team in the National League West, while Don Mattingly finds ways to spend his unexpected summer vacation.
Matt Kemp ran the bases on Tuesday for the first time since spraining his left ankle a month ago, and the Los Angeles Dodgers slugger says he's getting closer to returning.
Matt Kemp ran the bases on Tuesday for the first time since spraining his left ankle a month ago, and the Los Angeles Dodgers slugger said he's getting closer to returning.
He's sorry, though you might have guessed that already. No real surprise here, because they're always sorry once the lies crumble and the fraud is exposed.
The beautiful people are back, and actor Danny DeVito dropped by the other night, too. Dodger Stadium was always a place to be seen, but now they come because there is really something to see.
The beautiful people are back, and actor Danny DeVito dropped by the other night, too. Dodger Stadium was always a place to be seen, but now they come because there really is something to see:
Protective no more, baseball players are downright disgusted these days with doping.
After a brief stint of being healthy, Matt Kemp is heading back to the disabled list for the third time this season.
"I don't know why people keep asking me what role I'm going to play. I want to play every day," Kemp said. "I don't like to sit out of games. I like to give my team a chance to win, and I feel like I can do that."
"When I do join the team, I'll be ready to go," he said. "I just need at-bats."