Max Kepler Minnesota Twins

Age: 27 (February 10, 1993) | 6' 4" | 205lbs. | Bats: Left OF-130 CF-60 RF-84 DH-2 PH-10
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
MIN AAA 2016 30 110 16 31 16 14 4 6 1 19 1 1 .282 .367 .455 13 11 .309 n/a
MIN AL 2016 113 396 52 93 42 93 20 2 17 63 6 2 .235 .309 .424 9 21 .261 47/16/36 13 12
MIN AL 2017 147 511 67 124 47 114 32 2 19 69 6 1 .243 .312 .425 8 20 .276 43/18/40 13 13
MIN AL 2018 156 532 80 119 71 96 30 4 20 58 4 5 .224 .319 .408 12 16 .236 38/16/46 11 12
MIN AL 2019 134 524 98 132 60 99 32 0 36 90 1 5 .252 .336 .519 10 17 .244 36/17/47 19 19
MIN AL 2020 48 171 27 39 22 36 9 0 9 23 3 0 .228 .321 .439 11 18 .236 32/22/46 13 13
Career 6yrs 601 2141 324 508 242 441 123 8 101 303 20 13 .237 .319 .444 10 18 .252 n/a
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Max faced even more shifts this year than Dom Smith and lost the same number of hits (9) as a result. In a universe that outlaws shifts, he would have batted .281.

I don't advocate such a universe. But I strongly recommend Max drop a few bunts down toward third.

Alex Patton Alex

The poster boy for increased HR/FB.

Alex Patton Alex
Dec 16 '19
Fangraphs 2018: WAR 2.6 Bat -2 Field 11 Run 1 HR/FB 10% Pull 43% Hard 37% IFFB 11%
Fangraphs 2019: WAR 4.4 Bat 16 Field 13 Run -2 HR/FB 18% Pull 53% Hard 42% IFFB 16%
Alex Patton Alex
Dec 16 '19