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Watch: Dozier blasts a record-tying leadoff homer against Detroit

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Brian Dozier cracked his first home run of the season on the fourth pitch of today's game against the Tigers.

It was a line drive shot over the fence in left-center field to put the Twins on top 1-0 and tie Jacque Jones for the most leadoff home runs (20) in franchise history.

"GONE! Brian Dozier with his first of the year!"

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