From BR Bullpen
- Bats Left, Throws Left
- Height 6' 4", Weight 200 lb.
 Biographical Information
Max Kepler-Rozycki debuted in the Bundesliga-1 at age 15 in 2008 with the Buchbinder Legionäre, hitting .185/.333/.185 in 14 games as a backup outfielder. He was in the MLB European Academy that year. He was 8 for 20 with 4 walks, 3 steals, 2 doubles and 8 runs in 2009.
Kepler-Rozycki was signed by scout Howard Norsetter for the Minnesota Twins in July 2009. Baseball America speculated he might have broken Alexander Smit's European signing bonus record of $800,000; He is the third German to sign with the Twins chain, following Tim Henkenjohann and Rodney Gessmann. Kepler-Rozycki injured his foot July 2009, and missed the European Junior Championship as a result. He attended instructional league in September and enrolled at Fort Myers Senior High School across from the Twins' Florida facilities.