Watch: Dozier turns a double play with this awesome glove flip

What a turn by Dozier.
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We've already seen Byron Buxton and Max Kepler show off the leather for the Twins this season, but on Saturday second baseman Brian Dozier showed he can make a highlight-reel play too.

During the bottom of the fourth inning, Dozier started a double play with this insane glove flip, check it out.

The dive, the glove flip … that’s a pretty way to turn two. pic.twitter.com/irIgd4xa0a

— MLB (@MLB) April 8, 2017

Dozier is coming off a monster 2016 season where he slugged 42 home runs. He's off to a slow start in the young season as he entered Saturday's game with just 3 hits in his first 16 at bats.

But as a team, the Twins are off to their best start since the magical 1987 season. They also began the day as the only undefeated team in baseball.

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