The initialist Miguel Sanó, of the Minnesota Twins, hit this Friday afternoon a superb home run over the green wall of Fenway Park.
At the top of the 2nd. entry, the native of San Pedro de Macorís, Dominican Republic, deciphered, with a partner in circulation, a broken shipment from Nick Pivetta, starter for the Boston Red Sox.
The 28-year-old Dominican's connection posted a 98 mph exit speed and traveled 368 feet.
In addition to Miguel Sanó, Latinos Gary Sánchez and Luis Arráez also drove in two runs Minnesota's victory (8-4) over Boston on Jackie Robinson Day.
Read also: Lindor and Canó lead the Mets to victory
With its victory this Friday, Minnesota was placed one game below 500 (3-4) and, now, is in the 4th. American League Central Division position