In 2011, Matt Kemp had a season for the ages, falling one home run and eight hits short of 40/40 and the Triple Crown, respectively. Before injuring his hamstring this season, Kemp was giving his bold prediction of 50/50 a run for its money.
He is the ultimate five-tool player and a legitimate 40/40 threat every season when healthy. So, was his 2011 one of the best offensive seasons in baseball history? It's certainly something to ponder.
One thing without doubt is that last season, Kemp put together one of the greatest offensive seasons in Dodger history. Here is a list of the top 15 seasons at the plate in franchise history: