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Minnesota Twins 2B Brian Dozier leaves game vs. Texas Rangers with illness

By Brian Hall, The Sports Xchange
Minnesota Twins 2B Brian Dozier leaves game vs. Texas Rangers with illness
Minnesota Twins second baseman Brian Dozier loses the ball in the sun off the bat of Cleveland Indians Lonnie Chisenhal during the sedond inning at Progressive Field in Cleveland, Ohio on June 25, 2017. File photo by Aaron Josefczyk/UPI | License Photo

MINNEAPOLIS -- Minnesota Twins second baseman Brian Dozier left Sunday's game against the Texas Rangers with an illness.

Dozier was 1-for-3 and hit his 20th homer of the season on Sunday before being replaced by Ehire Adrianza to start the sixth inning with Minnesota leading by one in the finale of the four-game series.

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Dozier reached 20 home runs for the fourth straight season, becoming the ninth player in Twins history to accomplish the feat. He is batting .248 with 56 RBIs in 101 games this season.

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