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Dozier Named Twins 2016 MVP At Diamond Awards

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota Twins second baseman Brian Dozier was the big winner among the team’s annual honors, following his record-setting season.

The Twin Cities chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America voted Dozier the Calvin Griffith Award for the most valuable player, the Charles Johnson Award for the most improved player and the Bob Allison Award for determination, hustle, tenacity, competitive spirit and leadership. 84 more words


NEW YORK — The 115 years since the turn of the 20th Century — the entire lifespan of modern Major League Baseball — brought the world dazzling and terrifying change: the rise of the automobile, the horrors of global war, the baby boom, space flight, Led Zeppelin, the internet, everything. 1,504 more words


Could Brian Dozier be hitting his way out of Minnesota?

It would be an understatement to say Brian Dozier has been on a tear since June.

Dozier has been hitting home runs at nearly record pace and as the Twins enter play Tuesday night he has a 22 game hitting streak – a career best. 306 more words


4 Things To Know: Campaign Latest, Childcare Costs In US & More

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — From the latest in the presidential campaign to the high costs of childcare in the United States, here are the four stories to know for Tuesday, Sept. 265 more words


Brian Dozier and the Ridiculous Offensive Season of 2nd Basemen

Yesterday, as I was walking out of my final class of the day, I got an update that Brian Dozier had hit his 3rd home run of the game against the Kansas City Royals. 1,103 more words


Wayzata Football's Engel Says Faith Carries Him After Unimaginable Loss

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — It is practice time for the Wayzata football team, and head coach Gordy Engel is in charge of special teams.

Engel starred at Gustavus College, when a coach named Jocko Nelson saw something in him that changed him. 477 more words

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Dozier Would Trade 39 Homers For More Twins Wins

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Not long after Brian Dozier belted his 39th home run of the season, a no-doubter that rocketed into the second deck to give him a homer in his fifth straight game and continue his historic power surge, the Minnesota Twins second baseman was nowhere to be found. 725 more words