Entering Saturday, Miguel Sano is the Twins' most productive hitter, with an OPS of .866 and a WAR of 2.3, both team highs. But he is addicted to strikeouts, perhaps indicating how little they mean in the modern game. In just 300 games, Sano already ranks 26th in Twins history in strikeouts, and he's even higher on some other of the team's leaderboards:

Most Career Three-Strikeout Games

48 Miguel Sano (right)

43 Harmon Killebrew

35 Jacque Jones

34 Torii Hunter

31 Bob Allison

Most Career

Four-Strikeout Games

7 Miguel Sano (5 in 2017)

6 Bobby Darwin

4 Danny Santana, Jason Kubel, Byron Buxton, Oswaldo Arcia, Bob Allison

When he makes contact, he's among the best Twins ever at getting a hit. Here are the Twins' career leaders in batting average on balls in play (minimum 1,200 plate appearances):

Career BABIP leaders, Twins

.366 Rod Carew

.365 Miguel Sano

.348 Shane Mack

.342 Kirby Puckett

.340 Rich Becker

.339 Joe Mauer

.338 Lyman Bostock

.333 Paul Molitor

.332 Eddie Rosario

.332 Chuck Knoblauch