Did Matt Kemp Have the Greatest April Ever?

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So there I was Sunday, driving along, listening to my old friend Charley Steiner call the latest Dodgers-Nationals duel, when I heard him utter these two sentences:

"What an April for Matt Kemp. I wonder if this just might be the greatest April ever."

I hope he'll forgive me if that wasn't an exact quote. I'm not a big proponent of taking notes when I've driving down the road at 62 miles per hour. But however it was that Charley Steiner worded it, I got the message.

It was time to determine if, in fact, Matt Kemp HAS had the greatest April ever.

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