The Los Angeles Dodgers have agreed on a trade that will send outfielder Matt Kemp to the San Diego Padres, reports ESPN.com.
In the deal, L.A. will get catcher Yasmani Grandal, pitcher Joe Wieland and prospect right-hander Zach Eflin, while the Padres get Kemp and catcher Tim Federowicz.
Additionally, the Dodgers will send about $32 million to cover part of Kemp’s remaining $107 million salary.
30-year-old Kemp is a two-time All-Star, but has missed more than 150 games over the last three seasons due to injury. He underwent a major shoulder operation after playing 106 games in 2012 and ankle surgery after playing 73 games in 2013.
The trade is just the latest in a slew of moves the Dodges have made this week. Also on Wednesday (Dec. 11), they acquired second baseman Howie Kendrick, infielder Enrique Hernandez, reliever Chris Hatcher and minor leaguer Austin Barnes, as well as veteran short