Astros outfielder Tony Kemp joins The Charlie Pallilo Show in studio and talks about the crazy ending to Tuesday night’s game against the A’s. Kemp discusses Ken Giles exiting the game after struggling to get several hitters out, and mentions that Giles was cheering hard from the dugout for his teammate Hector Rondon to get out of the inning.
Tony also talks about playing different positions in the field, and how he prefers to play center field because he doesn’t have to worry about the ball being fair or foul. Kemp continues and discusses the significant amount of talent the Astros have on the roster, how loaded their minor league system is, and talks about how hitting for contact and getting on base are the strengths of his game.
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