Found May 30, 2012 on
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Scott Van Slyke
Jerry Hairston jr.
Los Angeles Dodgers
Matt Kemp was activated from the 15-day disabled list Tuesday. Juan Rivera shouldn't be far behind.
"Two, three more days," Rivera said.
The Dodgers' opening-day left fielder, Rivera played alongside Kemp on a two-game rehabilitation assignment with triple-A Albuquerque on Sunday and Monday.
Rivera rested Tuesday and was expected to resume playing with Class-A Rancho Cucamonga the next day. He said he is optimistic that he will be able to play in the Dodgers' upcoming series against the Colorado Rockies in Denver, which starts Friday.
Rivera is recovering from a torn tendon in his left hamstring. At the time of his injury, he faced the possibility of surgery.
To avoid a potential operation, Rivera stretched frequently. He received treatment not only at the ballpark during the day, but also in his house at night.
"When I got hurt, I told myself that I wanted to be back in less than two months," he said.
It appears he'll be back in less than ...
BEST OF MAXIM
The signings of Matt Kemp($180 million) and the Orioles Adam Jones($85 million) have set the benchmark for what it will take to sign Andre Ethier(pictured) long-term.
Several baseball pundits were debating the Baltimore Orioles recent decision to sign outfielder Adam Jones to a six year, $85 million deal. On one hand, some felt the Orioles paid too much for a player with a lifetime...
The Los Angeles Dodgers placed Matt Kemp on the 15 day Disabled List a couple of weeks ago when he suffered a hamstring injury. Kemp said he never felt that bad, and would definitely be back as soon as he was eligible to return to the lineup.
Well, he was right. He returned the first day possible. He then went on to injure himself during that same game, and now he is...
The Dodgers amazingly performed well without Matt Kemp, going 9-5 while the superstar center fielder was on the disabled list due to a left hamstring strain.
They might have to attempt to duplicate the feat, as Kemp is hurt again.
In just his second game back from the disabled list, Kemp aggravated his left hamstring injury while scoring from first base on a first-inning double...
The Los Angeles Dodgers have placed center fielder Matt Kemp on the 15-day disabled list for the second time this month because of a left hamstring strain.
The move came Thursday after Kemp went 1 for 4 with a double and a run scored in two games since being reinstated from the disabled list two days earlier.
Kemp left Wednesday night's game against Milwaukee after scoring...
After being re-aggravating his hamstring in the first inning of today’s game, Matt Kemp went into a bit of a rage about it, jumping and breaking a bat over his knee before throwing pieces of it all over the dugout
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- All-Star center fielder Matt Kemp has been activated from the 15-day disabled list by the Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday after missing 13 games because of a left hamstring strain.
Kemp, the runner-up to Milwaukee's Ryan Braun in last year's NL MVP voting, was leading the league with 12 home runs when he aggravated his troublesome hamstring running out...
The Los Angeles Dodgers placed outfielder Matt Kemp back on the 15-day disabled list on Thursday after he aggravated his hamstring injury, but Kemp said he expects to be sidelined for a month. Kemp is out of action again just two days after being activated from the disabled list. Kemp reinjured his left hamstring while running the bases in Wednesday's game. To replace Kemp...
The Los Angeles Dodgers amazingly performed well without Matt Kemp, going 9-5 while the superstar center fielder was on the disabled list due to a left hamstring strain. They might have to attempt to duplicate the feat, as Kemp is hurt again. In just his second game back from the disabled list, Kemp aggravated his left hamstring injury while scoring from first base on a first...
Matt Kemp is expected to return to the Los Angeles Dodgers' lineup on Tuesday against the Brewers after being sidelined since May 13 with a hamstring strain. Kemp played two rehab games with Triple-A Albuquerque, and he had a home run in each. Outfielder Juan Rivera is expected to return later in the week. He's been out since May 9 with a hamstring injury, and he is...
The Los Angeles Dodgers have all but ruled out injured slugger Matt Kemp for next month's All-Star game in Kansas City.
''It's a long shot at this point because he's not healthy,'' general manager Ned Colletti said Monday before the opener of a three-game series at San Francisco.
The slugging center fielder is still recovering from a strained left hamstring...
If you were building a fantasy baseball roster from scratch, the following players would force your buddy to pose the question: "How'd you manage to draft all of them?"
Catcher - Jonathan Lucroy
1B/DH - Travis Hafner
Shortstop - Troy Tulowitzki
Outfielder - Matt Kemp
Outfielder - Nick Markakis
Starting Pitcher - Roy Halladay
Starting Pitcher - Jared Weaver
Matt Kemp‘s MRI showed that he has suffered another strain in addition to the original one. The results of the MRI on Matt Kemp’s hamstring showed he not only re-injured the original strain Wednesday but suffered a second one. Dodgers trainer Sue Falsone said he’s expected to be out a minimum of four weeks. That’s
LOS ANGELES -- The Dodgers entered their Thursday night affair with the Brewers after already having lost the series, dropping their third game in a row Wednesday night becoming the last team in the league to do so.
Before the game started Thursday, they suffered another loss, learning Matt Kemp would return to the 15-day disabled list after suffering another strain to the left...
The Los Angeles Dodgers
have been doing just fine, thank you very much, without MVP candidate
Matt Kemp. So far. The Milwaukee Brewers, on the other hand,
apparently miss Prince Fielder very much.
So it's two teams headed
in opposite directions at the moment and with very
tight MLB odds as LA hosts Milwaukee for a four-game series...
And the baseball drama continues, as no division is safe in the 2012 season.
Competition is ridiculously fierce, but the injuries are getting out-of-hand.
Teams have to continue on without their stars, like the Phillies sans ace Roy Halladay; the dominating Dodgers without their dominator Matt Kemp; and the Cardinals add Lance Berkman to the list of reigning Champs on the DL.