With the Los Angeles Dodgers facing multiple questions this off-season, Matt Kemp is not among them. For the first time in two years, Kemp won’t spend his off-season rehabbing after surgery, but rather he’ll be able to train and continue to work on strengthening parts of his game that suffered as a result of the injuries he’s suffered.
As is often the case after a grueling baseball season has come to an end, players take some time to enjoy themselves and some of the freedom that comes with no longer needing to be at a baseball stadium nearly every day. For Kemp, that meant attending the Monday Night Football game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Houston Texans at Heinz Field.
Kemp of course is a native Oklahoman and there’s no word if he was rooting for one of the two teams playing. Also in attendance was fellow outfielder and Pittsburgh Pirate, Andrew McCutchen.
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