The Dodgers won't see Roy Halladay when they come to Citizens Bank Park next week, but the Phillies won't have to deal with early-season MVP candidate Matt Kemp. Kemp missed 14 games from May 14-28 with a hamstring injury, returned on Tuesday and re-strained the hamstring on Wednesday. The Dodgers placed him on the 15-day DL Thursday and team trainer Sue Falsone (via Ramona Shelburne of ESPN Los Angeles) said that Kemp will be out a minimum of four weeks. Kemp suffered a Grade 1 (least severe) strain of a different part of his hamstring on Wednesday.
Phils will avoid Kemp; may miss Tulowitzki
CSN Philly | Jun 1