Jeff Kent will announce his retirement after 17 major league seasons in a press conference Thursday.
According to the Los Angeles Times, Jeff Kent is "expected to retire."
Jeff Kent (knee) said Monday that he's healthy enough to start at second base for Game 1 of the NLDS.
Jeff Kent hit a two-run homer and played five innings at second base Friday against the Giants.
Jeff Kent, thought to be limited to pinch-hitting duties, played three innings at second base on Thursday.
Manager Joe Torre said Wednesday that Jeff Kent (knee) may not be on the postseason roster if he's unable to play defensively.
Dodgers activated second baseman Jeff Kent from the 15-day disabled list.
Jeff Kent (knee) has started hitting drills and could take batting practice by early next week.
Jeff Kent underwent surgery Tuesday to repair cartilage damage in his left knee.
Dodgders placed second baseman Jeff Kent on 15-day disabled list with torn cartilage in left knee.
Jeff Kent will undergo surgery to repair torn cartilage in his left knee on Tuesday.
The Dodgers organization is expecting negative results from Jeff Kent's MRI and fear that his career may be over.
Jeff Kent will undergo an MRI on his left knee Saturday after feeling pain before an at-bat in the seventh inning of Friday's game.
Jeff Kent returned to action on Friday and went 0-for-4 against the Diamondbacks.