Twins designated hitter Miguel Sano hit .269 with 18 home runs and 52 RBI in just 80 games this past season.

Jesse Johnson USA TODAY Sports

The impressive half of a season Miguel Sano put together for the Minnesota Twins has garnered him recognition from the local media.

It was announced Tuesday that Sano is the winner of a couple of Diamond Awards, as voted on by the Twins Cities Chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America. Sano was named winner of the Calvin R. Griffith Award (Most Valuable Twins) and the Bill Boni Award (Most Outstanding Rookie) after hitting .269 with 18 home runs and 52 RBI in just 80 games this past season. Sano is the first Twins player to receive both awards in the same season.

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Brian Dozier -- Carl R. Pohlad (Commuity Service)

Max Kepler -- Sherry Robertson (Minor League Player of Year)

Jose Berrios -- Jim Rantz (Minor League Pitcher of Year)

Julio Becquer -- Kirby Puckett (Alumni Community Service)

Pittsburgh's Tony Watson -- Dick Siebert (Upper Midwest Player of the Year)