1) Trout isn't going anywhere for the next couple of seasons. He is not eligible for free agency until 2018. It won't be until 2016/2017 that the Angels would entertain trading him if they are indeed not going to extend him. If the Angels are smart, they'll do it sooner than later because the longer they wait, the more and more the Yankees become a real option for the east coast kid.
2) Adrian Gonzalez is what he is. He's 31 years old and unathletic. I've mentioned this before but usually first baseman are pretty unathletic which is why they play that position. It's not lack of motivation or anything like that. The guy is .300 hitter, hits 20 homeruns a season and drives in 100 RBI's consistently. Players have holes in their games, speed is one of those holes for A-Gon. There's a reason players like Trout and Puig are so hyped because they are one of few players that are the total package.
3) Lincecum as the #3 starter? Oh god no. Give me him as a 5th starter or out of the bullpen, but no way should he be a top of the rotation guy anymore. David Price is the guy we need to go after. Who doesn't want three Cy Young winners in their rotation? Wouldn't shock me if they went and got Price in addition to signing Tanaka. Kershaw/Greinke/Price/Ryu/Tanaka? That is ridiculous.
4) The injury prone talk is silly. Kemp has had a bad two years. How quickly people forget that before last season, he had 4 straight seasons of 155 games or more played. The shoulder injury wasn't a nagging injury, it was a torn labrum that required surgery. Kemp had nagging injuries this seasons which included the hamstring problem, along with issues with his repaired shoulder, and then him jamming his foot cause of laziness. Injury prone to me are guys like Andrew Bynum who have conditions like degenerative knees that result in frequent injuries. Kemp simply has had bad luck the last two seasons.
Personally, I think Kemp focused so much on his shoulder that he didn't put enough focus on his lower half. He'll come into spring training the healthiest he's been in a few years.