According to ELIAS

Dozier crushes 40th homer



Brian Dozier hit his 40th home run of the season in the Twins 4-2 loss to the Tigers last night at Comerica Park. Dozier could become the eighth player to hit 40 homers in a season for a team that won less than 40 percent of its games. The last player to do that was Jeff Burroughs, who hit 41 long balls in 1977 for the Braves, who finished 61-101 (.377).

By the way, the following has nothing to do with Brian Dozier but it is still a fun read over at D.C. Baseball History. Maybe it could have happened here, after all, Minnesota ladies do love Brian Dozier.

The Ladies Day Riot of 1897

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  1. Fellow trivia expert! I’m amazed with Dozier’s season. Its sad this statistic comes at the expense of the dismal season for the Twins, but it is a bright spot in an otherwise bleak year.


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