Kemp has the better overall upside compared to Markakis, but his K rate and his lack of success against righties makes Kemp more of a question mark. Markakis is the better hitter, but I don't think he hits 30 this year. Kemp probably won't hit 30 HR either, but the chances that he pitches in 30+ SB and could possibly hit for just 10-20 BA points lower than Markakis, makes Kemp the more interesting proposition.
I'm going to keep the poll going for a while, with how close it is currently.
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