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Offbeat Report: Twins still likely to deal Brian Dozier

00:52  31 july  2018
00:52  31 july  2018 Source:   yardbarker.com

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The Minnesota Twins are reportedly still likely to deal second baseman Brian Dozier before the trade deadline. According to ESPN’s Jerry Crasnick, there is a sense that the Twins will still try to move second baseman Brian Dozier ahead of the July 31 deadline, though there is no obvious suitor lining

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The Minnesota Twins have already made some moves before the trade deadline, but they may not be done yet.

According to ESPN’s Jerry Crasnick, there is a sense that the Twins will still try to move second baseman Brian Dozier ahead of the July 31 deadline, though there is no obvious suitor lining up for him.

The last link to Dozier we heard about involved the Los Angeles Dodgers, who have since acquired Manny Machado. They could probably still swing a trade for Dozier, but acquiring Machado may have lessened their desire to do so.

The 31-year-old Dozier is a free agent after the second. He’s hitting .224 with 16 home runs and is seeking his third consecutive 30-homer season.

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