A frustrated Matt Kemp was out early Friday to take extra batting practice. Apparently, he did not believe he had solved the mystery of his swing.
After pledging to donate $1,000 for every home run he hits until the All-Star break to the victims of the Oklahoma tornado, Los Angeles Dodgers superstar said he would also donate $250,000 to the relief efforts. "Dear Families of OKC, On Monday, out of concern and emotion I committed $1,000.00 for every home run I hit until the All-Star Break. Show More Summary
Matt Kemp of the L.A. Dodgers is doing what he can and more to help Oklahoma tornado victims in his home state, pledging $250,000 and then some. The quarter-million pledge comes after Kemp, inexplicably, received backlash when he promised...Show More Summary
Kevin Durant isn’t the only generous athlete. Los Angeles Dodgers outfield Matt Kemp donated $250,000 today to help Moore, Oklahoma rebuild after the devastating tornadoes last week. This is the second time this week that Kemp has offered to help the victims in Oklahoma. On Monday, Kemp said that he would donate $1000 for every [...]Show More Summary
Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant has reportedly pledged $1 million to tornado relief through his family foundation. I think that’s pretty awesome. Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp is [...] The post With Leather’s Watch This: Kevin Durant Is A Pretty Great Guy appeared first on With Leather.
LA Dodgers star Matt Kemp tweeted Monday that he will donate $1,000 for every home run he hits to victims of the Oklahoma tornadoes. [ more › ]
Oklahoma City Thunder player Kevin Durant and Los Angeles Dodger Matt Kemp are opening their checkbooks to help out in the wake of the deadly Oklahoma tornado.
In a perfect world, Matt Kemp would go off on a home-run hitting tear starting today. Kemp, a native of Midwest City, Okla., promised Monday night to make a donation for every home run he hits until the July 16 … Continue reading ?
The Dodgers' Matt Kemp is from Oklahoma City. He homered in tonight's Dodgers win in Milwaukee and after the game he represented.
Matt Kemp's home run on Monday against the Milwaukee Brewers helped the Los Angeles Dodgers emerge victorious, but it will also help Oklahoma City. Kemp announced after the game via his Twitter account: At least 51 people were killed when a tornado struck the small town of Moore, Okla., just south of Oklahoma City on Monday, according to CNN.com. Show More Summary
Well, we are almost 50 games into the 2013 MLB campaign. Some superstars are putting up big numbers, while others (Matt Kemp and R.A. Dickey) have spent the past six weeks crashing and burning. Since we are now halfway to the Midsummer Classic, I reckon it's time for me to roll out my picks for all 68 roster spots. Show More Summary
You can wish it and hope it from now until taking in your final breath, but that won’t make it true.
Maybe you haven’t heard, but Matt Kemp has a 10-game hitting streak.
When he thought no one was paying attention, he made Joshua Jones' day.
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When Los Angeles Dodgers star Matt Kemp found out he had a young fan in the stands who was battling cancer, signing a ball just wasn't enough. Instead, the baseball player also gave him the shirt off his back, along with his shoes and hat.
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With the Dodgers mired in a horrendous start to the season, it's easy to pile on. But for one moment there has been an oasis of hope. [ more › ]
During a recent game in San Francisco, outfielder Matt Kemp learned that there was a young Dodgers fan in the stands that was dying of cancer. After the game, Kemp went to the fan and literally offered the shirt off his back, and his cap, and his cleats, and an autographed baseball. Show More Summary
Of course ladies love Matt Kemp, he’s fine AND kind! Matt Kemp Gives His Jersey, Shoes, Ball, And Bat To A Sick Fan Via BleacherReport At their best, sport stars allow us a respite from our daily worries and personal