Dodgers center fielder Matt Kemp is adamant in saying he's "definitely not going on the DL," but an MRI on his strained left hamstring Monday morning will undoubtedly have more say in that decision.
He was removed from Sunday's 11-5 Los Angeles victory over Colorado after the third inning with what the Dodgers called an irritation of his left hamstring strain. He first sustained the injury last weekend in Chicago.
At the very least, Kemp conceded it seems inevitable he'll have the day off Monday, snapping his streak of 399 consecutive games played, the longest current streak in the Majors.
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