"I feel good," Kemp said. "I'm getting better and better every day. I'm getting a little more comfortable. I don't care about results. I care about how I feel and I feel good."
Kemp is attempting to return from a career-threatening injury to the weight-bearing talus bone in his left ankle. He sustained the injury, a stress reaction and cartilage chip, on a home-plate slide on July 21.
Kemp will open the season on the disabled list and has said he will not rush back and risk re-injury.
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