Brian Dozier's mad dash ensured that the Twins remained king of the inside-the-park homer
At 59-103, the 2016 season didn't end the way the Twins wanted. But it did end with a bang: specifically, the sonic boom generated by
More than six months later, the Twins once again found themselves facing the White Sox on Sunday ... and, again, they came up with an inside-the-park home run. This time it was courtesy of
Although, according to Dozier, the Easter holiday nearly threw a wrench into the works. As he told MLB.com's Rhett Bollinger:
"When I saw it kick off to the right, I decided to get to a second gear. I couldn't get to fifth gear, but got it to a different gear. I had an Easter brunch at Red Rabbit this morning. It was a four-course meal. That's probably why I was a little slow."
The Twins eventually lost in extra innings, 3-1. Now, if they could get to work on the first extremely lit batboy dance routine of 2017, that would be great.