Los Angeles Dodgers superstar Matt Kemp re-aggravated his left hamstring scoring on an Andre Ethier double on Wednesday night, and from all indications it doesn't sound like a day-to-day sort of tweak. First, from Bob Nightengale:
And then from Kemp himself:
When asked if he would require another stint on the disabled list Kemp said, "I would think so. It feels worse than the first time. We'll see tomorrow. Hopefully the MRI comes back good."
Or you could just gauge how pleased he was with the situation right after it happened:
That's a bat he broke over his leg because, as Vin Scully said, Kemp was "angry with the baseball gods." Without Kemp, the Dodgers will likely get creative, using Tony Gwynn, Jr. and Andre Ethier in center. We're this much closer to a Juan Rivera/Andre Ethier/Bobby Abreu outfield everyone, so keep your fingers crossed and your GIF-maker ready.