Minnesota Twins: Who’s Hot and Who’s Not, Early Season Edition
Miguel Sano‘s powerful bat and consistent hitting have helped the Minnesota Twins get out to a hot start.
It’s no surprise that Miguel Sano has gotten off to such a hot start. We all knew he had tremendous power and a quick bat, but it was hard to see him getting off to this strong of a start to the season.
Sano crushed a 446-foot home-run in the April 13th game against the Tigers. That’s some serious power!
Sano has hit three home-runs this season, which leads the Minnesota Twins. He also leads the Twins in RBI’s at 11. A .310 batting average and eight walks through 9 games show that he’s not just powerful, he is also showing great patience at the plate.
Every team needs one: a powerful hitter that can drive in the speed demons at the top of the lineup. It looks as if the Twins have found theirs. For example, Sano crushed a 446-foot home-run in the April 13th game against the Tigers. That’s some serious power!
The Twins had some question marks surrounding their ability to hit the ball with serious power, but Sano has helped to answer those questions. Miguel Sano is on pace for 54 home-runs this season, and if he can achieve even close to that, the Twins have a great shot at a successful year.