Matt Kemp, a CF for the Los Angeles Dodgers, has been riddled with injury over the past few years and he has never been able to get a constant run of games under his belt.
Last week the story looked bleak for Matt he got told the latest MRI offered some good news Saturday. However, even though additional baseball activities will be added to his rehab, it’s clear now he will not be ready to start the regular season and may not even play in exhibition games.
The story is different today however with manager Don Mattingly saying, “Matt is getting close to be able to play in games. He is improving every day.”
Matt hit .270/.328/.395 last year in 73 games with 6HR and 33RBIs.