July 8, 2015
Miguel Sano blasted his first career home run Tuesday night in his sixth career game.
Sano is off to a great start, hitting .450/.542/.700 since being called up, and if you want to start dreaming a little bit here are the Twins' all-time leaders in home runs:
Harmon Killebrew 475 Kent Hrbek 293 Justin Morneau 221 Tony Oliva 220 Bob Allison 211
I'm not sure where Sano will end up on that list, but he's going to hit a lot of home runs.
For a lot more about Sano's arrival and what it means for the Twins in the short and long term, check out this week's "Gleeman and The Geek" episode.