Miguel Sanó

Miguel Sanó Fantasy

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0.329 14th
2019
7.7 11th
2019
0.403 34th
2019
0.922 41st
2019
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Height / Weight
6' 4" / 272 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
5/11/1993 (27)
Experience
5
College
None

Season Logs

Last 10 Games

Miguel Sanó News

Miguel Sano Crushes First Home Run Of Spring

Minnesota Twins first baseman Miguel Sano had a strong performance in a win over the Detroit Tigers on Tuesday. Sano singled and scored a run in the second inning, then crushed a 2-0 pitch in the seventh inning deep to right-centerfield for his first home run of the spring. In 2019, the 26-year-old hit 34 home runs with a .923 OPS despite missing 57 games. Sano's upside is immense, though the injury risk is real and has bitten fantasy owners in the past. If you can get Sano around his current ADP of 139, pull the trigger- but be sure to have a backup plan just in case he does get injured.

3 months ago
Miguel Sano Committed To Learning First Base

Minnesota Twins third baseman Miguel Sano is "very motivated right now to become the best first baseman he can possibly be," according to manager Rocco Baldelli. Sano will move across the diamond to first to accommodate the team's big free-agent signing over the winter in Josh Donaldson. He will take part in all of the team's drills at first base and work individually with infield coordinator Tony Diaz. Sano worked out some at first last year and has made 31 appearances at first in his career, including 26 starts. The 26-year-old Dominican slashed .247/.346/.576 with a career-high 34 home runs and 79 RBI in 105 games and will be even more valuable in the middle rounds for his power now that he'll gain first base eligibility.

3 months ago
Miguel Sano Agrees To Extension

The Minnesota Twins and third baseman Miguel Sano agreed to a three-year contract extension, according to a source familiar with the deal. The deal includes a club option for the 2023 season and will buy out two years of free agency. The extension is for $30 million, with $27 million spread out over the first three years and $3 million on a fourth-year option. The 26-year-old had 34 home runs and 79 RBI for the Twins last season after getting off to a horrendous start. The slugger batted .279 with a .994 OPS after June 28 and was one of the best hitters in baseball to close out the season. Sano hit just .199 with 13 home runs in 71 games for Minnesota in 2018. There is volatility here, but he remains one of the best true sources of power in baseball.

4 months ago