I love these posts. Kemp has been HOT and has hit both righties and lefties. The guy's a much better hitter than Ethier and LuGone, and yet he's stuck on the bad end of the platoon with those two (granted, both of those guys aren't doing bad, but they're not hitting .375 either!). Think of it this way, he's hit .375 batting 8th, which normally means one's not getting great pitches since the pitcher hits behind him.
The fact that he's hit .375 for the season, and is still sharing time means that he'll be sharing time the rest of the year. He also hits near the bottom of the lineup, having batted 8th for most of his starts, but is recently starting to go up in the order (woo-hoo for 7th!). Short a trade, the Dodgers will keep him from making a big splash this year, though he's perfectly capable of being, in my opinion, better than the highly touted trio of Braun, Pence and Butler if only he'd hit where those guys hit in the order.