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Max Kepler

Bats / Throws: L / L
Age: 24 (1993-02-10)
Ht / Wt: 6'4" / 205 lbs.

2017 Stats Snapshot


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2017 Player Outlook

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Recent Update

4/24:Max Kepler went 1-for-4 on Sunday with a two-run homer off of Anibal Sanchez in the eighth inning. The hit brings Kepler's slash line to .277/.342/.492 with two homers, nine RBI, and 10 runs scored after three weeks of action. Kepler was regarded as an interesting outfield sleeper heading into the 2017 season and should still be in his fantasy owners' plans despite a slow start in the power department. Kepler is set to take on Texas left-hander Martin Perez today. He has had some struggles against southpaws in his career, so he can be left on the bench for that matchup.--Matt Terelle - Rotoballer

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Recent Game Logs

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Performance Trends: Last 7, 14, 30, YTD Stats


Historical Split Stats

  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
vs. L100000000100.
vs. R61000000033.
vs. L1182480210141826.203.273.322.595.119177.26258
vs. R2786912215424951019.248.325.468.792.2191618.335108
vs. L193110120525.158.200.316.516.15800.22136
vs. R4615502970915.326.396.565.961.2392813.407170

Overheard in the RotoBaller Community

Max Kepler Chatroom

ADP Arbitrage Comparables

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Beat Writer Chatter

  • @MikeBerardino: Kintzler in.

    Kepler in right.
  • @RhettBollinger: Final: #Tigers 13, #MNTwins 4: Gibson allows seven runs in 2 2/3 IP. Kepler homers. Gimenez pitches, getting Romine to fly out. Series loss.
  • @RhettBollinger: Max Kepler lines a two-run homer to right, his second homer of the year. Twins down 10-4 in the eighth
  • @RhettBollinger: Kepler makes a nice running catch but it's a sacrifice fly for McCann. Tigers up 5-3 in the sixth
  • @RhettBollinger: @DC78intheShade yeah, it's been bad on both sides. Kepler also drew a walk on a ball that was a strike
  • @RhettBollinger: Back-to-back walks from Grossman and Kepler loads the bases for Chris Gimenez with two outs in the first
  • @MikeBerardino: Verlander opens 6th with back to back walks to Kepler and Sano.

    He's at 98 pitches.
  • @RhettBollinger: Kepler and Sano draw back-to-back walks to open the sixth. Verlander has walked five. Mauer up with the Twins down 3-0.
  • @MikeBerardino: That screaming Kepler liner nearly Mahtook the right fielder's hand off.
  • @TwinkieTown: Is Byron Buxton the fastest player in MLB? This new stat has the answer.
  • @TwinkieTown: In case you missed it, Byron Buxton is really really fast--but not actually the fastest in MLB.
  • @TwinkieTown: Here's Kepler and Grossman handing out free hot dogs at the U.
  • @MikeBerardino: Final-edition game story on #mntwins "clunker" of a loss, 11-4 to #Indians
  • @MikeBerardino: Kepler on dropped fly ball in the first: "Took my eyes off it. Made a mistake. It happens."
  • @MikeBerardino: Flash gamer on 11-4 loss to #indians as #mntwins fall back to .500
  • @LaVelleNeal: GAME: Indians 11, #MNTwins 4. Hughes early knockout starts long night for pitching staff. Kepler blunder in first inning costs runs.
  • @RhettBollinger: Final: #Indians 11, #MNTwins 4: Hughes allows 6 runs (4 earned) over 3 1/3. Kepler drops flyball. Haley 2 ER in 3 2/3 IP. Sano HR.
  • @RhettBollinger: After Castro snaps an 0-for-15 with a single, Polanco brings home Kepler with a sac fly. Twins down 6-3 in the fourth
  • @RhettBollinger: @billfehlberg yeah, and I don't think anyone is calling a 24-year-old Max Kepler an all-time defender right now. I'…
  • @RhettBollinger: Kepler's error in the first had a catch percentage of 98 percent, per Statcast. He had 6.5 seconds to cover 85 feet.
  • @RhettBollinger: @billfehlberg those guys were way before my time. All I know is the advanced metrics show Kepler is a good defender in right.
  • @LaVelleNeal: Sac Fly by Kepler. RBI double by Grossman cuts Cleveland's lead to 3-2.
  • @RhettBollinger: Kepler with a sac fly and Grossman follows with an RBI double and the #MNTwins cut it to 3-2 in the first.
  • @MikeBerardino: Kepler gets one run back with sac fly to left. 3-1 CLE
  • @MikeBerardino: Kepler squeezes Diaz fly (one handed). Crowd cheers lustily.

Depth Charts - Batters

Depth Charts - Pitchers

Twins Prospects Depth Chart

  1. Nick Gordon (SS)
  2. Tyler Jay (SP)
  3. Alex Kiriloff (OF)
  4. Fernando Romero (SP)
  5. Ben Rortvedt (C)
  6. Adalberto Mejia (SP)
  7. Kohl Stewart (SP)
  8. Adam Brett Walker II (OF)
  9. Stephen Gonsalves (SP)
  10. Alex Meyer (SP)

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