Dozier: 'I Thought That I Wasn't Coming Back'Brian Dozier participated in Minnesota's first full-squad workout on Sunday. Yup, he was a little surprised, too.
4 Reasons The Twins Will Improve In 2017The 2017 season can only get better, because it can't get any worse right? Here are four reasons why the Twins will be better this year.
Dozier Happy To Be With Twins After Trade Talks CooledWhen second baseman Brian Dozier left Minnesota for the offseason, heading home to Mississippi after hitting 42 home runs, it was uncertain whether he'd be back.
On Trade Speculation, Dozier Says He Hopes To Remain A TwinTwins second baseman Brian Dozier can't avoid the off-season speculation about possibly getting traded.
Dozier Named Twins 2016 MVP At Diamond AwardsMinnesota Twins second baseman Brian Dozier was the big winner among the team's annual honors, following his record-setting season.
4 Things To Know: Campaign Latest, Childcare Costs In US & MoreFrom 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. 13.
Wayzata Football's Engel Says Faith Carries Him After Unimaginable LossGordy Engel needs to be on the field after what happened to him in August. He lost his daughter, son in law and three grandchildren when a semi driver hit them in a construction zone.
Dozier Would Trade 39 Homers For More Twins WinsBrian Dozier has been one of the very few bright spots for a massively disappointing team that is steamrolling toward 100 losses.
Twins Fall To White Sox, 13-11, In 12 InningsByron Buxton hit his first career grand slam for Minnesota, and Brian Dozier, Miguel Sano and John Ryan Murphy also went deep.
Royals Pound Santiago, Twins 11-4Paulo Orlando hit a three-run homer off starter Hector Santiago (10-7) in the fourth, capping a six-run inning.
Dozier, Duffey Lead Twins Past RoyalsBrian Dozier hit his 25th home run of the season and the 100th of his career, leading Tyler Duffey and the Minnesota Twins over the Kansas City Royals 5-3 Saturday night and ending a four-game losing streak.
Sano Hits 2 Homers, Twins Beat Rays 6-3Miguel Sano homered twice and drove in four runs as the Minnesota Twins took two of three in a series between the teams with the AL's worst records by beating the Tampa Bay Rays 6-3 on Sunday.

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