Matt Kemp had a night like he's never had before in his career. He was more than happy to share the good vibes.
Kemp homered three times and drove in five runs, helping the surging Atlanta Braves pound the Milwaukee Brewers 11-3 on Saturday.
"It was everybody's night," he said. "Everybody was swinging the bat well. That's a good sign for us."
The 32-year-old Kemp connected in the fifth, seventh and eighth for his first game with three homers. He became the first Braves player to accomplish the feat since Mark Teixeira in 2008.
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