Twins Become First Team Ever To Hit 300 Home Runs In Single Season


History was made Thursday afternoon at Comerica Park in Detroit.

The Minnesota Twins hit their 300th home run of the season in a 10-4 win over the Tigers, becoming the first in MLB history to accomplish the feat.

The record home run occurred in the top of the seventh inning when second baseman Jonathan Schoop launched one over the left-field wall.

With this record under their belt, the Twins look to add a 100th win Friday to cap off a historic first season for manager Rocco Baldelli.

Texas Rangers starting pitcher Mike Minor
Previous Article

Red Sox Notes: Were Rangers Out Of Line With Intentional Dropped Ball?

New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown
Next Article

Antonio Brown, Eric Weddle Engage In Completely Pointless Twitter Spat

Picked For You