The hits keep coming for Matt Kemp, who was named the National League's player of the week for a second consecutive week.
Kemp hit .545 with four home runs over six games last week. He also had a 1.182 slugging percentage, .615 on-base percentage and 26 bases, making him the first NL player to win back-to-back player of the week nods to start a season since the award was created in 1974. Kemp also won the award the final week of last season.
He is hitting .487 with six homers, a 1.026 slugging percentage and .523 OPB overall this season, helping the Dodgers to a 9-1 start, their best through 10 games since 1981.