Eddie Rosario officially put the 2019 Minnesota Twins in the record books. This season's Twins offense has been a lot of fun to watch, putting up runs in bunches, and crushing home runs left and right.

Specifically on the home run front, the Twins only needed two home runs going into Friday night to beat the team's previous season home run record. While it has very much been a team effort all season, Rosario's solo shot in the 6th inning officially put the 2019 Twins offense into the record books with 226 home runs this season (so far). The previous record was 225, set back in 1963.

The wild part is, it's only August. There's a lot of baseball left yet this season! Check out Rosario's homer to right field below.