LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) - The agent for Matt Kemp says the Los Angeles Dodgers are not trading the All-Star outfielder.
Kemp's agent Dave Stewart met Wednesday with Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti at baseball's winter meetings.
''For the time being they are not going to move him,'' Stewart said. ''He didn't even say that. I put in the words `for the time being' because you never know. Somebody could come along and overwhelm them with a player or players or a combination of players that would make it worth their while.''
Stewart said Kemp, who is coming off left ankle and left shoulder surgery, is right on track to be ready for the upcoming season.
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