Miguel Sanó Rejoins Twins After Clearing Virus Quarantine; Byron Buxton Says He'll Be Playing After Foot InjuryMiguel Sanó has finally joined the Minnesota Twins on the field, after a frustrating wait to be cleared following his quarantine for a positive coronavirus test.
Sanó, Accused Of Kidnapping, Says He's Been BlackmailedMinnesota Twins slugger Miguel Sanó told a Dominican Republic newspaper he's being blackmailed, having been accused of kidnapping and assault.
Twins Miguel Sanó’ Switches To 1st To Make Room For Josh Donaldson On 3rdFor the Twins to land free agent Josh Donaldson, Miguel Sano knew what would be asked of him. He didn't hesitate.
Miguel Sanó's Deal With Twins Could Be Worth $44.25M Over 4 YearsMiguel Sanó's contract with the Minnesota Twins could be worth $44.25 million over four seasons.
Minnesota Twins Sign Miguel Sano To 3-Year Contract With $30M GuaranteedThe Minnesota Twins confirmed Tuesday that the team has signed infielder Miguel Sanó to a three-year contract with a club option for 2023.
Miguel Sanó, Minnesota Twins Agree To $30M, 3-Year ContractMiguel Sanó and the Minnesota Twins avoided arbitration by agreeing to a $30 million, three-year contract on Friday.
Nelson Cruz, Miguel Sanó Homer For Twins In 6-5 Win Over Red SoxNelson Cruz and Miguel Sanó connected in the fifth inning to pad Minnesota's record home run total, and the Twins beat the Boston Red Sox 6-5 Tuesday night.
Miguel Sano's 2-Run Homer Propels Twins Over Angels 3-1Minnesota Twins third baseman Miguel Sano is quickly getting back into the swing of things.
Twins Place Garver On 10-Day Injured List; Sano ReturnsThe Minnesota Twins announced Wednesday that catcher Mitch Garver has been placed on 10-day injured list with a high left ankle sprain.
Sano Starting Critical Offseason Of Conditioning For TwinsMiguel Sano has begun a critical offseason in his so-far-frustrating career with the Minnesota Twins, who plan to keep close tabs on the slugging third baseman frequently waylaid by injuries.
Sano Won't Face Charges For Incident In Dominican RepublicMinnesota Twins player Miguel Sano will not face criminal charges in the Dominican Republic as a result of his involvement in a traffic incident that injured a police officer.