It's been widely acknowledged that there's definitely something going on with the quality of MLB baseballs, whether it be that the balls are lighter or that they're just plain juiced. This has never been more evident than with this Miguel Sano blast right here, which gave the 2019 Minnesota Twins a very special all-time record.
That might just be the loudest crack of the bat I've ever heard.
482 feet, people. Four-eight-two.
With that home run, the Minnesota Twins became the first team in MLB history to have five different players with over 30 home runs in a single season.
The other Twins players to reach the mark are Nelson Cruz, Max Kepler, Eddie Rosario, and Mitch Garver. Perhaps these aren't the players anyone would have expected to break this particular record, but they've made it into the history books together. And nobody is in any kind of rush to take them on in the postseason.