Twins' Max Kepler: Rejoins lineup
Kepler (elbow) will start in center field and bat leadoff Thursday against the Rays.
Kepler may not be fully healthy yet after sustaining a bruised right elbow Tuesday and sitting out Wednesday's win. Even so, with Eddie Rosario (ankle) listed as day-to-day with a more serious injury, Kepler will tough it out with the suddenly health-challenged Twins needing to field a full lineup. Kepler may not make for the most comfortable DFS play coming off the elbow issue, even though he's batting a sizzling .282/.391/.615 through 22 games in June.
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