Watch: Miguel Sano's story about the first time he met Jay Z

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Miguel Sano may be among the Minnesota Twins injured but his legend continues to grow large.

In studio with GO 95.3 FM's Mr. Peter Parker, Sano talked about signing with Roc Nation and Jay Z. The big hitter spins a bit of his freestyle Latin raps and talks home runs too. But the best part is when Sano says he called his shot the first time he met Jay Z.

The Twins were playing the Yankees last August in New York and he told Jay Z that he was going to hit a home run against Yankees star lefty, C.C. Sabathia – and he did.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xx_1Dq4kmCg

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