Matt Kemp shut down indefinitely after experiencing tightness in right hamstring
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Sep 6, 2013
Matt Kemp injured his right hamstring while working out in Arizona and his rehabilitation has been shut down indefinitely, the Los Angeles Dodgers said Friday. Kemp also missed two months during the 2012 season with a left hamstring ailment, so there's very little basis for optimism when it comes to Kemp getting healthy and staying healthy. According to Dodger Talk's David Vassegh, Kemp experienced tightness in the right hamstring while on his rehab assignment for an ankle sprain suffered on July 21. Kemp was working out at the team's minor-league facility in Glendale, Ariz. He hasn't played for the Dodgers since July 21 and has been on the disabled list three times this season with hamstring, shoulder and ankle issues. "We've got to move on, we've got to continue to play," Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti said in an interview on 710 ESPNLA. "We hope he gets better.