Twins Break Yankees’ MLB Single-Season HR Mark With 268

  • 6 Oct, 2019

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Only one of their home runs hit from the Twins came with a runner on base (Polanco’s two-run shot at the fifth that made the match 8-4). After Cruz tied the record, the Twins loaded the bases in the eighth however pinch-hitter Luis Arraez struck out to finish their danger with the Tigers still. Polanco currently has 20 home runs this season, which set another record for the Twins. Minnesota has eight players with at least 20 home runs this season. They paired the 2000 Astros’ league record of five games with more or six home runs in a year. Last night’s game marked the 11th this year that the Twins struck more or five home runs in one contest but was the very first time in franchise history that they’ve lost such a match. They had been 49-0 in matches with five or more home runs. The Way To Win The American League (Courtesy of BetOnline) Houston Astros +100 New York Yankees +175 Minnesota Twins +800 Cleveland Indians +1200 Tampa Bay Rays +1400 Boston Red Sox +2000 Oakland Athletics +2000 Los Angeles Angels +25000 Texas Rangers +25000 Chicago White Sox +50000 Read more: nba plaoffs

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