Twins Plan to Make it #SanoInMiami
The Mid-Summer classic is not very far away, and the Minnesota Twins' third baseman, Miguel Sano, is leading his position in voting at last update.
Sano's 1,010,060 votes are leading second place vote-getter Jose Ramirez, who has 697,747. That is the largest position lead in the league.
To help get Sano to Miami, where the All-star game is being held, the Twins have started a campaign to get their star player into the starting lineup, and maybe even the Home Run Derby.
Sano has had a phenomenal season so far in 2017, leading the team in Batting Average (.292), Hits (61), Home Runs (16), RBI (48) and Runs (40).
That is a pretty impressive stat line for a 24-year-old slugger. The Twins have set the hashtag #SanoInMiami to help build momentum for their stud.
You can help get Sano into the All-Star Game by casting your vote for him HERE.
Sano is looking to be the only position player that will make the the All-Star game for the hometown team this season, which is very funny because the Twins have been a first-place team for over 40 days.
There are a couple of pitchers who may make the team (Ervin Santana and Jose Berrios), but that position is not voted on by the fans, but they are picked by the managers who lead the American League and National League.
It has been a very surprising season for the Twins, and the look to get the benefits come the All-Star Break.