MINNEAPOLIS -- Brian Dozier isn't necessarily known as a power hitter, but the Twins second baseman flexed his muscles Thursday.
Dozier hit his sixth home run of the season, which now has him tied for fourth on the team this year. It was just a sampling of what Minnesota's offense did Thursday as the Twins homered four times in their 8-4 win over the White Sox in the series finale.
For Dozier, it was his sixth homer of the season and his third in the last four days. He's now batting .234 after his average dipped below the Mendoza line in late May.
"Everything feels good," Dozier said. "It always helps a lot when you've got everybody hitting in the lineup, one through nine. Everything's flowing really well right now. We're not missing pitches over the plate and getting good pitches to hit. That's the main focus."
Oswaldo Arcia, Clete Thomas and Eduardo Escobar joined Dozier in the home run party as the Twins' seventh, eighth and ninth hitters, respectively, all went deep in Thursday'...