Video: Miguel Sano, Byung Ho Park bash homers, but Twins fall in Cleveland


The Minnesota Twins were going deep early and often Friday night in Cleveland.

Minnesota hit three home runs in the early innings, the home run party started with a solo blast from Miguel Sano in the first inning. The jumped off the bat at 110 mph and traveled 463-feet.

Sano's blast was 4th longest hit this season and the exit velocity...

But the Twins weren't done. Byung Ho Park connected not once, but twice in his first two at bats connecting on his 8th and 9th long balls of the year.

Eduardo Nunez added a home run later in the game – the fourth of the night for the Twins, but it wasn't enough as the Indians scored three runs in the eighth inning to come from behind to beat the Twins 7-6 in Cleveland.

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