The possibility of Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp returning fully healthy for the rest of this season and also what hopes to be a playoff run are slim. There is even a chance that he may not even return at all. Kemp has not played for the Dodgers since July 21 after spraining his left ankle.
After working out out at the club’s minor league facilities in Glendale, Arizona, Kemp has suffered a hamstring injury. Back in May and June, he had strained a hamstring as well although it is unclear if Kemp happened to aggravate the same one during this time around. During his rehab assignment he went hitless in 18 at-bats.
“We’ve got to move on, we’ve got to continue to play,” said Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti while making an appearance on “The Max & Marcellus Show” on ESPN LA 710. “We hope he gets better. In the meantime, they’re not going to stop the season for us or give us a bye. We have to keep going with who we have.”
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