Matt Kemp is drawing interest and could be moved this offseason.
As he should. Did Kemp get off to a slow start last season? Of course he did. He was still recovering from injuries and surgery. But he finished the season with a .287/.346/.506 slash line with 25 home runs, 89 RBI and 77 runs scored. He only swiped eight bags last season and he's never going to be that 40-steal guy he was back in 2011, but he's still got solid power and his plate discipline numbers are right in line with his career averages. There's plenty more left in the tank and if he were to land with a club whose home is in a hitter's par, he could easily eclipse the 30-homer mark with some consistency. If the Dodgers were smart, they'd try to hold him and ditch Andre Ethier and Carl Crawford before dealing Kemp. Unfortunately for them, though, he's the one who will command the most on the trade market.
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