Latest Update Brian Dozier went 2-for-4 with a triple, two RBI, two runs scored and a walk in the Twins victory against the Tigers on Wednesday. Wed Sep, 17, 11:54 PM
Displays very good pop in his bat for a middle infielder, plus pretty good speed and base-stealing ability. Can go on home-run binges from time to time. Draws plenty of walks.
Flaws: : Needs to become a more consistent contact hitter in order to maximize production at the big-league level, since he has a tendency to strike out a fair amount in the bigs.
Dozier is one of the few 20/20 players in baseball right now. He will never help your fantasy team's batting average, but he should be a solid fantasy play again next season.Analyst: Steve Pimental
With no injury reported, this looks like it's just a simple day of rest for Dozier. There's a 75-percent chance of rain in the forecast, so considering he plays every day and twice on Sundays, we agree that this would be a nice time to take the day off. Eduardo Escobar will play second base Wednesday.Analyst: Howard Bender
Dozier seems to be heating up for the Twins as of late. Two three-hit performances in their last four games indicates that he is turning it around after a recent slump. If he stays hot he could be a member of the 25/25 club by season's end. Continue starting Dozier in your line ups.Analyst: Colby Conway
Dozier is now 10-for-25 (.400 BA) with five doubles, eight RBI and nine runs scored over his last seven games as he tries to end the month of August on a high note. Having hit safely in nine of his last 10 games, the Twins second baseman is a must-start in all fantasy formats moving forward, despite the fact that he has only one home run over his last 95 at-bats as he sits with 209 home runs and 61 RBI on the year. Analyst: Matthew Beck