Carlos Correa a finalist for BBWAA AL Rookie of Year award with Lindor and Sano.
CBS Sports "While Francisco Lindor and Carlos Correa understandably dominated AL Rookie of the Year talk, Twins slugger Miguel Sano had an excellent debut season in 2015, hitting .269/.385/.530 (146 OPS+) with 18 home runs in 80 games. He drove in 52 runs. Sano, 22, was primarily a DH, playing only nine..." November 07
Minneapolis Star Tribune "Only one player in Twins history had ever played so well as a rookie, his season was judged the best on the entire team. Until Miguel Sano arrived in Minnesota. The 22-year-old slugger on Tuesday was named the Twins’ Most Valuable Player for 2015 and also the team’s top rookie, an historic..." October 20
Minneapolis Star Tribune "With no Twins baseball to help pass the time this winter, Terry Ryan provided the team’s fans with a juicy mystery instead Tuesday: What does he have in mind for Miguel Sano? In an hourlong season-wrapup media session at Target Field, the Twins general manager dropped a series of seemingly..." October 07
Hardball Talk "I wrote glowingly about Miguel Sano’s great start three weeks ago and his numbers have actually gone up since then. Tuesday night was the 50th game of the Minnesota rookie’s career and he had three hits, including a game-tying home run in the seventh inning as the Wild Card-contending Twins came..." September 02
USA Today "Torii Hunter played two years with the Detroit Tigers alongside Miguel Cabrera and grew to admire not just the hitting skills of the two-time MVP but his grit and fortitude in playing through major groin and ankle injuries. So it bears noting when Hunter, a veteran of 17 full seasons, throws..." July 21
Terry Ryan said Miguel Sano suffered a sprained ankle during pregame work before Saturday's game. Went 0 for 3 w/three strikeouts, sac fly.
The Score "After losing their top prospect to injury less than one week ago, the Minnesota Twins will turn to another highly touted youngster to bolster their 25-man roster. The Twins have promoted third baseman Miguel Sano from Double-A Chattanooga on Thursday, roughly five days after placing center..." July 02
Minneapolis Star Tribune "Now that Byron Buxton is in the major leagues, the question is inevitable: When will Miguel Sano join him? The Twins are discussing the notion, manager Paul Molitor said Tuesday. An abrupt call-up like Buxton’s? “Sure, it’s possible,” the manager said. “It’s a realistic thing to ask about..." June 17
St. Paul Pioneer Press "More than 11 months removed from Tommy John surgery that wiped out his 2014 season, Twins third-base prospect Miguel Sano remains on track to enjoy a normal big-league spring training. “He’s doing pretty much everything,” said Brad Steil, Twins director of minor league operations. “I don’t know..." February 19
Fox Sports North "The 2014 baseball season was a complete loss for Miguel Sano, the Minnesota Twins' prized third base prospect. It was almost as big of a letdown for Byron Buxton, viewed by many as the top prospect in the game and a player the Twins hope will be roaming center field for a long time to..." February 10
Minneapolis Star Tribune "The Twins’ original timetable may have envisioned Miguel Sano as the team’s starting third baseman next April, but Tommy John surgery and a lost 2014 season changed all that. Sano won’t be in Minneapolis next April, General Manager Terry Ryan told season-ticket holders on Wednesday, and when he..." October 09
#MNTwins assistant GM Rob Antony said Miguel Sano underwent successful Tommy John surgery yesterday in New York.
Tommy John surgery for Miguel Sano.
Miguel Sano will be examined today after feeling soreness in elbow
Minneapolis Star Tribune "His sore elbow kept him from doing his normal workout for six weeks, so Miguel Sano put on a few extra pounds. "I weighed myself today and I was 250," the 20-year-old Dominican slugger said. "When spring training starts, I'll weigh like 245, I think." But if his body has gotten bigger this..." January 26
St. Paul Pioneer Press "Tommy John surgery has not been ruled out for Miguel Sano, Twins general manager Terry Ryan said Tuesday. Sano, who had received an encouraging report several weeks ago on his right (throwing) elbow, arrived in Fort Myers, Fla., late Monday night. An additional exam on Sano's strained ulnar..." January 07
St. Paul Pioneer Press "Miguel Sano, the Twins' highly rated Double-A third baseman, had his ailing throwing elbow re-examined recently by club doctors. According to Twins general manager Terry Ryan, Sano's elbow "has improved." "There have been some positive results," Ryan said Thursday. "He'll be re-examined in..." December 19
Minneapolis Star Tribune "Twins megaprospect Miguel Sano will shut down for the rest of the winter ball season because of a strained ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow. Sano flew to the Twin Cities last week to be examined by team physicians Dr. John Steubs and Dr. Diane Dahm. But Sano's agent, Rob Plummer,..." November 07
Miguel Sano, top slugging prospect, promoted to double-a new britain, (conn.) #twins
Minneapolis Star Tribune "Miguel Sano bid farewell to Class A baseball with a flourish on Sunday. And he wasn’t the only one. Sano, the Twins’ top slugging prospect, hit two home runs during Fort Myers’ 8-6 loss to Bradenton, then was informed that he had been promoted to Class AA New Britain. He will head north along..." June 10
ESPN "Miguel Sanó, one of the Minnesota Twins' top prospects, is a movie star -- literally. Sanó won't turn 20 for a week, but he is not intimidated by the cameras recording his every move as he hits his way up the Twins' farm system toward the majors. At his current rate, he'll most likely arrive at..." May 06