Twins Get 100th Win for 2nd Time in Team History
With Saturday night's 6-2 win in Kansas City, the 2019 Minnesota Twins earned their 100th win in a season for just the second time in team history.
The first 100-win season came in 1965 when the Twins won 102 games.
The game was shortened due to rain, but that didn't stop Minnesota's Bomba Squad from belting two more homers from Miguel Sano (34) and Ryan LaMarre (2) to increase the team's season total to 303.
If you're keeping track of the home run race between the Twins and the Yankees, New York blasted six homers against Texas last night to bring their season total to 305.
Minnesota starter Jose Berrios struck out 9 batters over six innings to earn the win, and cross the 200-innings pitched mark on the season.
It also became official after Saturday night's action, that the Twins and Yankees will face off during the ALDS beginning Friday night (10/4) in New York.
The Twins and Royals play in the second-to-last regular season game today at 1:15 PM in Kansas City. (TV: Fox Sports North, Radio: WJON 1240 AM and 93.3 FM)