Are Dodgers Really This Good?

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Matt Kemp has been unstoppable. The Dodgers have been too.

Leading the major leagues in all three of the triple crown categories through Sunday, Kemp became the first player ever to win consecutive National League player-of-the-week awards in the first two weeks of a season. He also claimed the prize in the final week of 2011, making him the first player to win it three weeks running since its inception in 1974.

"He's the best player in baseball, and probably the world, right now," Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw said. "It's pretty ridiculous."

Kemp is for real. Everyone in baseball seems to agree...

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