Twins set record as Sano 5th player to hit 30 HRs

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Twins set record as Sano 5th player to hit 30 HRs
Twins set record as Sano 5th player to hit 30 HRs

ESPN The Minnesota Twins entered the record books Tuesday night, and had a mammoth home run from Miguel Sano to thank. Sano hit a 482-foot home run in the bottom of the third inning off Chicago White Sox starter Ross Detwiler, becoming the fifth Minnesota player with 30 home runs this season -- the first time that has happened in major league history. Nelson Cruz (37), Max Kepler (36), Eddie Rosario (31) and Mitch Garver (30) had previously hit the 30-homer mark for the AL Central-leading Twins. Twelve other teams in MLB history have had four 30-homer hitters. This season, the Atlanta Braves, Los Angeles Dodgers and Oakland Athletics are the only other teams with three 30-homer hitters. As for

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