Minnesota Twins: Who’s Hot and Who’s Not, Mid-May
Miguel Sano is staying extremely hot.
He’s been here all season long, and rightfully so. Miguel Sano is not only looking like the best Twins’ player, he’s also looking like one of the best in the MLB. He has a very strong bat and has the versatility to either play 3rd base, 1st base or DH.
Miguel Sano’s slash line is .297/.439/.667 with 10 home-runs and 30 RBI’s.
Miguel Sano leads the Minnesota Twins in batting average, home-runs, RBI’s, OBP and hits.
It’s fair to say if Sano keeps this up, he will be a shoe in for the All-Star game, but he may also be up there with Mike Trout for AL MVP. The Minnesota Twins have needed a player they can rely on offensively for a while, and Sano is looking the part.
I wouldn’t say that all of the Twins’ success can be attributed to Sano, because that isn’t true. Although, he has been a huge part of their success. If they want to continue their hot streak, Miguel Sano has to continue to play at a top level.