According to ELIAS

Dozier: first Twins middle infielder with 25-HR season

Brian Dozier

Brian Dozier

Brian Dozier slammed his 25th home run of the season in the Twins’ 4-1 victory over the Indians, becoming the first major-league second baseman to reach that total this season. He’s also the first Twins player at any position to hit 25 homers in any of the last three seasons, the last being Josh Willingham, who hit 35 in 2012. And, for a big finish, Dozier is the first middle infielder ever to hit 25 home runs for the Twins franchise since it began back in 1901 in Washington. Source: ELIAS

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