The Minnesota Twins entered the record books Tuesday night, and had a mammoth home run from Miguel Sano to thank.

Sano hit a 482-foot home run in the bottom of the third inning off Chicago White Sox starter Ross Detwiler, becoming the fifth Minnesota player with 30 home runs this season -- the first time that has happened in major league history.

Nelson Cruz (37), Max Kepler (36), Eddie Rosario (31) and Mitch Garver (30) had previously hit the 30-homer mark for the AL Central-leading Twins.