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Dodgers center fielder Matt Kemp just added a sixth tool to his already complete toolbag. Through Kemp’s last 238 games, he has hit for power (56 bombs and 180 RBIs), for average (.328), stolen a few bags (48) and has played a mean center field, complete with great range and a hose.
On Tuesday night in Colorado, Kemp met someone else who plays a mean center field – the center field wall at Coors Field. Rockies rookie Josh Rutledge hit a ball in the bottom of the first that Kemp look like he might snag, but the wall jumped up and bit him.
Kemp lay on the field for a good four minutes before being convinced by the Dodgers training staff to exit the game. We have not yet heard how the wall is feeling.
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Matt Kemp left Tuesday’s Rockies-Dodgers game in the first inning two batters after crashing into the wall in center field.
The All-Star was chasing a deep blast by Josh Rutledge when he ran full-speed into the wall. Kemp fell to the ground and began rolling in obvious pain.
The 27-year-old slugger was examined by Dodgers trainers for a...
Los Angeles Dodgers centerfielder Matt Kemp is out of the lineup a day after he collided with the center field wall but tests showed no structural damage to his left knee and jaw.
Kemp was not in the starting lineup for Wednesday's game against the Colorado Rockies and he was listed as day to day with a bone bruise around the left knee and intense body soreness overall.
Matt Kemp, Coors Field wall. Coors Field wall, Matt Kemp. The two were introduced in an ugly way on Tuesday night when the Dodgers outfielder went after a Josh Rutledge flyball in the first inning. Needless to say, the wall won this battle. Kemp suffered a knee contusion and will also undergo X-rays on his jaw, which caught the fence, as well. Check out the video below. Your browser...
Los Angeles Dodgers center fielder Matt Kemp has left Tuesday's game after crashing into the wall in the bottom of the first inning.
Kemp ran into the wall trying to track down a triple by Josh Rutledge of the Colorado Rockies. He turned into the padding while running full speed and fell backward onto the warning track.
He stayed down for several minutes as team trainers checked...
Los Angeles Dodgers All-Star outfielder, Matt Kemp, had a major collision while running down a fly ball off the bat of Josh Rutledge in the bottom of the first inning during last night’s 8-4 loss to the Colorado Rockies.
However, the potential loss of Kemp poses a greater concern for his fantasy owners.
According to an AP report via ESPN LA, Kemp suffered no structural damage to...
The Los Angeles Dodgers got a huge scare when center fielder Matt Kemp left Tuesday's game against the Rockies in the first inning after crashing into the center-field wall for the second consecutive game. Kemp ran into the wall at full speed while trying to catch a drive by Josh Rutledge, a ball that bounced away for a triple. Kemp was down on the field for several minutes...
Los Angeles Dodgers center fielder Matt Kemp received a cortisone injection in his inflamed left shoulder Saturday and hopes he will return as soon as Tuesday against Arizona.
The Dodgers said before Saturday's win at San Francisco that Kemp would miss at least the final two games of this weekend's key series because of his troublesome left shoulder.
''I hope it...
Matt Kemp has already missed 51 games this season due to injury. After last night’s collision, expect that number to go up as the team’s playoff aspirations become even more unpredictable. In last night’s game, Kemp slammed into the wall after trying to catch a fly ball hit by Rockies’ shortstop Josh Rutledge. Kemp stayed in the game for a few minutes, but came out after...
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