The Max Kepler Division Series stats seen below include his Division Series year-by-year hitting stats, Division Series fielding stats, and Division Series pitching stats (where applicable).
"Not every guy has that in their repertoire (Max Kepler homered off a changeup, a slider and a fastball). That's not the kind of hitter some guys are. Every guy has strengths and weaknesses. But Max stays on the ball and sees the ball so well that it kind of gives him the ability to hit different pitches, even if it's not something he's looking for. He has that knack for being on time, putting good swings on it." - Minnesota Twins Manager (2019-Today) Rocco Baldelli (Do-Hyoung Park, 06/06/2019, Kepler joins Ted Williams with this rare feat , Source )
Max "Rozycki" Kepler Autograph on a 2013 Bowman Platinum Baseball Card (#MK)
Max Kepler Division Series Pitching Stats
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Max Kepler Division Series Fielding Stats
Max Kepler Division Series Miscellaneous Stats
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Max Kepler Division Series Miscellaneous Items of Interest
The Division Series was permanently created after the 1993 season when Major League Baseball restructured each league into three divisions, but their first regular playing was in 1995 due to the cancellation of the 1994 playoffs. During the 1981 season a mid-season strike by the Major League Baseball Players Association forced a divisional playoff series which is included in the playoff history also.
Did you know that 65,464 fans watched the Division Series game played on October 4, 2003 - the most of any single game in Major League history? Did you know the smallest crowd at a Division Series was 31,953 and that game was played on October 2, 2002 ?
Since 1998 the wild-card team has been assigned to play the division winner with the best winning percentage in one series, and the other two division winners meet in the other series. However, if the wild-card team and the division winner with the best record are from the same division, the wild-card team plays the division winner with the second-best record, and the remaining two division leaders play. Do you like the playoff format? Do you dislike it? Share your opinion with us on Baseball Fever .