Brian Dozier is an unstoppable force and he keeps hitting homers


Brian Dozier is on a roll and nobody has been able to slow him down. The Twins' second baseman set a new career high by hitting his 29th homer of the season in a 8-3 loss to the Tigers Tuesday night.

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Dozier's 21 home runs over his last 52 games (10 homers in August) are four more than any other player in baseball, according to Rhett Bollinger.

His 29 homers are the most a Twin has hit since Josh Willingham hit 35 in 2012. And according to the Twins, he's rolling to the tune of one homer every 10.20 at-bats since June 25.

This isn't a full season of power, but since June 25 Dozier's home run clip is on par with the some of the best single-season clips in MLB history.

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