CHICAGO – The Twins are well on their way to becoming the most prolific team in Major League history.
Minnesota scored another record on Wednesday night in a 8-2 win over the White Sox at the Guaranteed Rate Field, as Jonathan
CHICAGO – The Twins are well on their way to becoming the most successful team in the Major League history, record for a record on the way.
Minnesota set another record on Wednesday night in a 8-2 victory against White Sox at the Guaranteed Rate Field, when
• Box Score
Schoop was the seventh-ranked Twins player to score 20 or more home runs this season, which ties up an MLB record. Seven other clubs have done so, most recently the 2018 Dodgers.
Minnesota is about to break the record. All-star shortstop Jorge Polanco has 19 home runs and utility man Marwin Gonzalez 15 this season.
Due to the Indians' victory over the Tigers, Minnesota's leadership in the American League Central remains 3 1/2 games.
] Schoop's shot in three runs went 403 feet into the left squares, according to Statcast, giving Minnesota a 3-1 lead.
The record suspect would be all that twinned starter Jake Odorizzi needed With just two runs over six innings, he scored his 14th win of the season.
After scoring two runs in the third inning, Schoop and Catcher Mitch Garver added two more assurances in the eighth inning to extend the race. Twins lead to 8-2.
Minnesota has completed 258 home races this season and is back just nine home races to tie the Yankees' MLB season record of 267 home races last season.
Russell Dorsey is a reporter / editor for MLB.com based in Chicago. Follow him on Twitter @ Russ_Dorsey1 .