Los Angeles Dodgers slugger Matt Kemp said he was "surprised and definitely disappointed" to learn the extent of the damage to his left shoulder after undergoing surgery earlier this month. "I already asked the doctor, 'If I played on it, could I damage it any more than it's already damaged?' and he said 'No,' so I kept playing on it," Kemp said. "I was definitely surprised and definitely disappointed," Kemp said upon hearing the news from ElAttrache. "I already asked the doctors if I could damage it any more than it was damaged and they said no, so I kept playing," he said. 5 surgery that repaired a torn labrum and damage to the rotator cuff, injuries resulting from a crash into the center field wall at Coors Field on Aug. 27. Crawford had Tommy John surgery on his left elbow in August, and the Dodgers are hopeful he can return some time in April.