According to ELIAS

Sano reaches a dozen homers

Miguel Sanol 2015

Marty Cordova in spring training getting ready for the 1996 season.

Marty Cordova in spring training getting ready for the 1996 season.

Miguel Sano hit a three-run home run in the first inning of the Twins’ 11-7 win at Tampa Bay. Sano has now hit 12 home runs in 45 major-league games. That’s the fewest games any player in franchise history has needed to reach a dozen big-league homers. The old record was 58 by Marty Cordova in 1995.

This entry was posted in According to Elias and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink.