Must see: Sano reaches double-digit homers with blast off Tomlin

Sano launched his 10th homer and reached 30 RBI on the season.
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Make it back-to-back games with an opposite field home run for Miguel Sano.

The Twins' 3-hitter ripped a line drive over the fence in right field – his 10th of the season – to give the Twins a 1-0 lead in the first inning Friday in Cleveland.

Miguel Sano blasts his 10th homer of the season! #Twinspic.twitter.com/4Od03oJjHM

— Chat Sports (@ChatSports) May 12, 2017

Entering play Friday, ESPN's Buster Olney noted that Sano was pace to hit 47 homers with 152 RBI, 131 walks and 125 runs.

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