FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) — Miguel Sano impressed the Minnesota Twins last season when he bounced back from a winter injury and hit a career-high 34 home runs.

His power helped the Twins set a major league record with 307 homers and win the AL Central.

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Sano has again caught the eyes of his teammates this spring, when he volunteered to move across the diamond to accommodate newcomer Josh Donaldson. Sano gave up his regular spot at third base and let Donaldson take his place.

Sano now is getting comfortable at first base during exhibition play.

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