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Sano in video to fans says he's 'working nonstop for the 2017 MLB year'

Miguel Sano is planning on having a bounce-back season in 2017.
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Injuries limited Miguel Sano to 116 games in 2016 but he appears to be on a mission getting ready for a bounce-back season in 2017.

Earlier this month we posted video of Sano working out, and now he says he "can't stop, won't stop" preparing to be great next season.

"This video is for Minnesota and my fans," said Sano, before adding,"we are working nonstop for the 2017 MLB year. Can't stop, won't stop!"

Sano hit .236 with 25 homers and 66 RBI while striking out an alarming 178 times in 495 plate appearances last season. He'll again be counted on to be the key power bat in the middle of Minnesota's batting order.

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