Found September 04, 2013 on
Los Angeles Dodgers
Matt Kemp will continue his rehab in Arizona, participating in simulated games as he looks to get back the timing he had in the 11 games prior to injuring his ankle.
Matt Kemp struggled mightily on his minor league rehab assignment in five games with Class-A Rancho Cuamonga, but now that the Quakes’ regular season has ended Kemp will not stay in southern California. Kemp will continue his rehab at the Dodgers’ complex at Camelback Ranch in Arizona, the team announced on Tuesday.
Kemp hasn’t played for the Dodgers since July 21, suffering a left ankle sprain in the series finale against the Nationals. In five minor league games with Rancho Cucamonga beginning last Thursday, Kemp was 0-for-18 with seven strikeouts and one walk.
“The results don’t mean much [in minor league rehab assignments]. It’s all about getting ready,” manager Don Mattingly said over the weekend. “We both want him to be ready. I want to make sure he’s feeling good, and is comfortable out there.”
While the results ...
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'Like the beginning of Spring Training' is how Los Angeles Dodgers manager Don Mattingly described Matt Kemp's condition to MLB.com's Ken Gurnick yesterday. Kemp has played in less than half of the Dodgers' games this season after struggling with a litany of injuries, the latest being a left ankle sprain sustained in July. With Kemp now moving his rehab to the...
Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp has struggled through his rehab assignment, as yesterday's 0-for-4 now makes him 0-for-14 with seven strikeouts during his stint in the minors. Still, manager Don Mattingly told reporters -- including Ken Gurnick of MLB.com -- that he feels Kemp's swing isn't far off.
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Matt Kemp is unlikely to be activated from the disabled list this week as he is scheduled to continue his rehabilitation at the Dodgers’ spring-training complex in Arizona.
Kemp will play in simulated games which will allow him to take 10 to 12 at-bats per day.
“In a four-day period you can get 40-something at-bats” Manager Don Mattingly said. “That’s a good way to get his timing.”
Yasiel Puig is a bit of a diva. Heck, if you spent the majority of your life on a tiny communist island then to become a millionaire before the age of 25 you’d be one too.
But with that said, what in the blue hell is a music video entrance? Players are known to pick music to step up to bat to, usually a five to ten second sample of a song to get them in the zone.
Puig has taken...
He didn't crash into a wall or dive in the outfield for a liner, but Yasiel Puig still managed to get banged up on Monday.
Puig left the game in Colorado after the fifth inning with a mild right knee sprain.
It's uncertain when he suffered the injury. In the top of the sixth, he seemed to land awkwardly going back to first on a pickoff attempt. He hit the bag hard and...
The Los Angeles Dodgers were without Yasiel Puig for the second-consecutive night last night as they took on the Colorado Rockies. The Dodgers' couldn't inch past the Rockies in the series finale, but they managed to take the series. They did so with Puig sitting for most of it. With the off-day Thursday, Puig will have received plenty of rest leading into a weekend...
Yasiel Puig probably could have played last night in the Los Angeles Dodgers' win over the Colorado Rockies. However, he is not quite 100 percent. Rather than rush him back, the Dodgers gave him the night off and they will re-evaluate today. With a comfortable lead in the division race, Los Angeles has the luxury of trying to get their players as healthy as possible.
During today's Dodgers game, outfielder Yasiel Puig awkwardly slid into first base and had to leave the game with a mild strain of his right knee. It turns out the injury isn't too serious, but it will cause him to miss some time.
Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times reports that Yasiel Puig will not be playing tomorrow's game against the Rockies. While Puig&...
The Dodgers outfielder has played in 80 of 82 games since joining the Dodgers including 76 starts.
Yasiel Puig was removed from Monday's game against the Rockies in the sixth inning after the Dodgers outfielder appeared to have some sort of an issue with his knee. The Dodgers announced that Puig left the game with a mild right knee strain.
Puig reached first base on a throwing...
The Los Angeles Dodgers continued their roll but the man most often credited for starting it left the game with an injury.
Yasiel Puig was lifted after he hurt his right knee sliding into third base in the sixth inning of the Dodgers’ 10-8 win over the Colorado Rockies on Monday at Coors Field. He briefly stayed in the game and scored a run but was replaced by Skip Schumaker...
Clayton Kershaw turned in a clunker, a rare bad outing for one of baseball's best pitchers.
After the game, Los Angeles Dodgers manager Don Mattingly was asked a question he hardly ever hears: What's wrong with Kershaw?
''Who got the win today?'' Mattingly teased.
Kershaw, of course, even if he didn't have his electric stuff. The lefty surrendered a...
If I did every plus defensive play Andrelton Simmons makes, I would run out of bandwidth.
Yasiel Puig guns down Marlon Byrd at third, ho hum
Yasiel Puig can throw. People will learn this at some point.
Brett Lawrie with a probably unnecessary but still amazing throw.
Everybody’s seen this Jose Iglesias gem by now, right?
Don’t sleep on Josh Reddick or Leonys...