CF,RF - MIN
Max Kepler went 1-for-5 with a solo home run, two runs scored, and two walks in a loss to Cleveland on Wednesday.
Kepler is hitting .244, with seven home runs, 31 RBIs and two stolen bases. However, he is struggling over his last seven games. During that span, he is 6-for-28 with one home run, and three RBIs. Fantasy managers may want to keep Kepler on the bench until he heats up.
Max Kepler went 2-for-5 Saturday, singling, doubling, scoring two runs, and driving in two runs in the Twins' 11-1 win over the Diamondbacks.
Kepler has picked up hits in five of his last six games for the Twins, scoring two runs and driving in three runs in that span. The 29-year-old outfielder carries a .268 batting average with 26 runs scored, six home runs, and 30 runs batted in through 57 games this season.
Max Kepler went 0-for-4 with a strikeout in Monday’s loss to Seattle.
Kepler has struggled over his last seven games. He is slashing .185/.258/.222 with three RBIs, no home runs, and one run scored. He has been a solid contributor to the Twins offense this season, so look for him to get it going as he gets more games under his belt since being activated off the restricted list.
Max Kepler went 1-for-3, with one walk, and one RBI in a 10-4 loss to the Yankees. This was Kepler’s first game back since being activated off the restricted list.
Prior to Tuesday’s game, Kepler had last played on June 2nd in Detroit as he missed the series in Toronto. He is slashing .255/.358/.785 with six home runs, 26 RBIs, two stolen bases, and 23 runs in 2022.
Twins OF Max Kepler has been placed on the restricted list Friday ahead of the team’s trip to Toronto.
Kepler is not traveling with the team due to the COVID-19 restrictions in Toronto. He will be eligible to return to the team on June 7th when the Twins start a series with the Yankees.