Twins' Alex Kirilloff making MLB debut in Game 2 Wednesday
Minnesota Twins outfield prospect Alex Kirilloff will make his MLB debut in Game 2 on Tuesday versus right-hander Jose Urquidy and the Houston Astros.
Kirilloff will start in right field and hit sixth in his first game in the majors. The 22-year-old batted .283/.343/.413 with 9 homers and y steals over 94 games last season in Double-A. Max Kepler will move to center field for Game 2 and hit second. Byron Buxton is out of the lineup.
numberFire's models expect Kepler to score 12.6 FanDuel points on Wednesday with a salary of $3,000. Per our MLB Heat Map, the Twins currently have an implied total of 4.4 runs.
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