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What teams have had 6 or more individuals hit 20 or more home runs in a season since the 1961 Yankees?


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2007-06-20 20:19:33
2007-06-20 20:19:33

The 1964 Minnesota Twins had 6 players with 20 or more home runs: Bob Allison - 32, Zoilo Versailles - 20, Tony Oliva - 32, Jimmie Hall - 25, Harmon Killebrew - 49, Don Mincher - 23

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