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Max Kepler was part of one of the best international signing classes in Twins' history when in 2009 the German native joined Miguel Sano and Jorge Polanco in the same class. He has not been able to repeat his numbers from the 2019 campaign where he hit 36 HR/90RBIs and over the last three seasons, he has hit .220/.314/.392 with a .706 OPS while averaging 16 doubles and 12 home runs. Kepler is becoming to be known as more of a platoon hitter with some power against lefties and the 2023 rule changes may work in his favor. Teams tend to shift on Kepler because he is a pull hitter so he might be able to get a few more hits through the infield but 2019 and juiced balls are now a thing of the past and Max Kepler has settled in as a 10 HR/50 RBI outfielder.

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