Twins tie franchise record with 8 homers, beat Twins 16-7

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Twins tie franchise record with 8 homers, beat Twins 16-7
Twins tie franchise record with 8 homers, beat Twins 16-7

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - Miguel Sano and Jonathan Schoop each hit two of Minnesota's franchise record-tying eight home runs and the Twins hammered Matt Harvey and the Los Angeles Angels 16-7 Thursday. C.J. Cron homered, doubled twice and singled twice for the Twins. Max Kepler, Jorge Polanco and Eddie Rosario also homered for Minnesota. It was the third time in franchise history - dating to their days as the Washington Senators - and second time this season the Twins homered eight times. Before doing it April 20 against Baltimore, the last time it happened was in 1963 against Washington. Schoop drove in four runs and Sano three as the Twins won six of seven on their trip that began in Seattle and

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