Twins third baseman Miguel Sano has known Jorge Polanco since they were 12-year-old baseball prodigies in the famed town of San Pedro de Macoris in the Dominican Republic. So it was an emotional conversation on Sunday evening between the two teammates, friends for half their young lives, after Major League Baseball announced an 80-game steroid suspension for Polanco in light of a positive drug test. “It’s bad right now,” Sano said. “He was crying last night. I talked to him a lot. This is a bad spot for us, for the team, for him and for his family. He told me he never tried to do that.”