The San Diego Padres have reportedly agreed to acquire outfielder Matt Kemp from the Los Angeles Dodgers.
According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, Kemp and catcher Tim Federowicz would head to the Padres in exchange for catcher Yasmani Grandal and a pair of minor league pitching prospects, likely to be Joe Wieland and Zach Eflin.
In addition, the paper said the Padres would also receive about $30 million toward the remaining five years of Kemp's eight-year, $160 million contract.
Kemp spent his first nine seasons with the Dodgers and was the runner-up for NL MVP in 2011 when he batted .324 with league-highs of 39 homers and 126 runs batted in.
The 30-year-old veteran, however, played just 183 games over the next two seasons because of injuries. He bounced back last year and hit 25 homers with 89 RBI and a .287 average in 150 games.
In 1,116 games, Kemp has a career .292 average with 182 homers and 648 RBI.
Grandal was San Diego's leader with 15 home runs last season, playing in a career-high 128 games. He batted just .225 and drove in 49 runs.
The 26-year-old Cuban native is a career .245 hitter in 216 big league games.
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