According to Elias

Josh Willingham

Josh Willingham’s tie breaking home run in the fifth inning yesterday was hit his 35th of the year, his first season with the Twins. That’s the most home runs any player has hit in his first season with the Twins franchise. The previous “record” for such a thing was the 33 home runs Jimmie Hall hit for the Twins in 1963, his rookie season.

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