KANSAS CITY, MO. - Michael Cuddyer's long drive to left in the seventh inning on Sunday landed in Kauffman Stadium's famous fountains -- and Cuddyer splashed into the Twins record books.
It was Cuddyer's second homer of the inning, making him the first Twins player to hit two home runs in one inning.
Not Harmon Killebrew. Not Tony Oliva. Not Kent Hrbek. Not Kirby Puckett.
No masher in Twins history pulled off what Cuddyer did Sunday as the Twins beat the Royals 10...