Dozier's mom gets Mother's Day home run ball

Brian Dozier gave his mom just about the best Mother’s Day present you could imagine. In yesterday’s 4-3 Twins win over Toronto, Dozier blasted his first major league homer. The fan who caught it gave it back to Dozier, who tells Fox Sports North he’ll send it to his mom, Jan, in Fulton, Miss.
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Brian Dozier gave his mom just about the best Mother’s Day present you could imagine. In yesterday’s 4-3 Twins win over Toronto, Dozier blasted his first major league homer. The fan who caught it gave it back to Dozier, who tells Fox Sports North he’ll send it to his mom, Jan, in Fulton, Miss.

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