Without the power numbers though, Kemp is nowhere near earning his pay. It's a huge part of his game (or was) that originally got him that money.
I agree, it was because he was the total package. Power, speed, fielding, etc. He's not even stealing bases at a high clip anymore.
Currently he's on pace for a 4 home run, 60 RBI season. That's not close to good enough. I expect him to catch fire soon though in the power department.
I think he'll finish with 20-25 homeruns and around 80-90 RBIs, with a .285 BA. Not overwhelming but with his slow start, that would be pretty good.