But anything beyond that, Mattingly said, is still to be determined.
"We still haven't made all our decisions on exactly how we're going to set up our roster," he said. "So those are issues that we continue to talk with guys about."
Among the issues to be determined is what to do with right-hander
Kemp, who has yet to run the bases or play the field this spring, was scheduled to bat and run to first in an intersquad game Sunday. Greinke, who threw a two-inning simulated game Saturday, is expected to throw a bullpen session Monday.
"Assuming everything would go good, in the next couple of days we would make a decision on where he's going to pitch after that," Mattingly said.
Greinke's next real test will likely come when he tests his calf in fielding drills.
Also Sunday, outfielder
"Yasiel can talk all he wants and tell you guys whatever he wants to tell you about what was going on," Mattingly said. "To us, it's personal. It was never a problem. It was talked about before. This is not an issue in any way, shape or form as far as we're concerned.
"It's up to him if he wants to talk or not talk."