Not only do the Minnesota Twins have great expectations for arguably one of the best prospect in the MLB, but Miguel Sano has even greater ones for himself.
He thinks he can hit anywhere between 45 and 55 HR next season, but who knows for sure?
The 20-year-old Sano hit 35 homers in just 123 minor league games in 2013 despite battling an injured right elbow for much of the season. The slugger told the (Minneapolis) Star-Tribune that he thinks his homer total will rise with an increased number of games. “I hit 45 this year. More games,” Sano said Saturday, according to the Star-Tribune. “Maybe 55, you never know.”
Sano is currently trying to make the starting lineup for the Minnesota Twins by the start of Opening Day, but with that game happening months fro now, Sano has extra time to make an impression.
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