Minnesota Twins slugger Miguel Sano has been on the disabled list due to a hamstring injury since the start of June. He’s making progress towards returning to the big leagues with the final step being a minor league rehab assignment, which he’s currently in the midst of.
On Wednesday, he played third base for the Rochester Red Wings. Sano went 0-for-3 with an embarrassing blunder in the field. Attempting to field a routine pop-up in the infield, Sano took the ball off of his head after missing it with his glove. Fortunately, his teammate was there to make a diving catch and save him from the error.
Sano’s hamstring may be healed, but his glove could use some work. Maybe he can ask Jose Canseco for some advice.