PT TOMORROW: AL Central - Changes coming as trade deadline approaches

Minnesota Twins

The team has a glut of left-handed bats in the outfield, and one or two of them could potentially be on the move if the deal can provide help to the team in another area. Max Kepler (OF, MIN) has been a fixture in the lineup against right-handed pitching and has put up a decent .229/.293/.431 line with 14 HR in 280 PA. But the 30-year-old is a free agent at season's end and if the front office feels others can come close to matching Kepler's production, a trade could happen.

Matt Wallner (OF, MIN) was mentioned earlier this week in Stephen Nickrand's Batter Buyers Guide column and he popped a couple of home runs on Wednesday. With the Twins facing a lot of right-handers lately, he has been in the lineup for nine straight...

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