Description: Dodgers center fielder Matt Kemp (ankle) said he still needs to strengthen his legs but his ankle was fine after getting seven at-bats in a minor league game Sunday, according to Ken Gurnick of mlb.com.
Insight: Kemp is not expected to be ready for the Dodgers\' season-opening series in Australia, but he may be back soon thereafter. He has missed 145 games the last two seasons due to hamstring, shoulder and ankle injuries and hit a paltry .270 with six homers and a .723 OPS over 73 games in 2013. He\'s a typical high-risk, high-reward option.
Description: The Braves are calling Kris Medlen\'s injury a forearm strain, according to David O\'Brien of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Medlen left Sunday\'s spring training start with the injury. He\'ll still need an MRI to determine the extent of his injury.
Insight: Medlen grabbed his elbow after throwing his next-to-last pitch, then hopped off the mound toward the dugout immediately after the next one. He\'s not out of the woods yet, as forearm soreness can sometimes be indicative of a problem with the elbow. Medlen already has one Tommy John surgery under his belt, which came back in August 2010.