The Los Angeles Dodgers crowded outfield has been one of the biggest stories of the season for the team. With four outfielders and some frustration among the players, manager Don Mattingly has had to juggle playing time and egos.
It was believed that one of the outfielders might be traded during this season and the Boston Red Sox would be a possible suitor, particularly for Matt Kemp. The Red Sox were reportedly watching Kemp closely, but it was reported they are no longer interested in acquiring the outfielder.
While Kemp may not be traded during the season, many insiders say that he will be eventually be moved during the off-season. Kemp has recently heated up, hitting .329 in June, which has been his best month so far this season. The outfielder still has five years and $107 million remaining in his contract.
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