Max Kepler scratched for Twins Monday; Kyle Garlick enters
Minnesota Twins outfielder Max Kepler has been scratched from the lineup Monday for the team's game against the New York Yankees.
It's unclear why Kepler has been removed from the lineup. Whatever the reasoning may be, it will now be Kyle Garlick who patrols right field versus the Yankees.
In 437 plate appearances this season, Kepler has a .232 batting average with a .681 OPS, 9 home runs, 54 runs, 43 RBI and 3 stolen bases.
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