The Minnesota Twins homered eight times on Thursday against the Los Angeles Angels, continuing a remarkable pace.
Minnesota also went deep eight times in a game earlier this season against the Baltimore Orioles.
"It's all just kind of clicked and hopefully there's no stopping," C.J. Cron said. "When you are hitting like this it is contagious. If you look at this lineup you are going to see a lot of power. We have the ability to do that and it is nice to show it."
The Twins lead baseball with 98 home runs in 2019, putting them on pace for 324 homers. That would shatter the 2018 New York Yankees' record of 267 home runs.