It would take a haul to get him, but Twins outfielder Max Kepler is one of the best fits for the Yankees at this year's Trade Deadline.
New York's search for an outfielder has been ongoing as rumors continue to swirl regarding the club's interest in the top players on the market.
Joey Gallo of the Rangers makes a lot of sense, while Miami's Starling Marte and even Trevor Story of the Rockies are names that have popped up consistently over the last several days.
The Yankees are also interested in Kepler, though, an intriguing option that can be a force in pinstripes for the rest of this season and years to come.
According to Joel Sherman of the New York Post, New York has already inquired with the Twins about their outfielder. Another report, from Brendan Kuty of NJ.com, revealed that Minnesota's asking price for the slugger has been "exorbitant," perhaps an indication that Kepler isn't going to be moved at the Deadline.