Minnesota Twins use a Case dozer in #VoteDozier MLB All-Star campaign

Updated Jul 13, 2015

Major League Baseball is asking fans to vote for the final player to make the National and American League lineups and to drum up support Brian Dozier, the Minnesota Twins are making use of Case construction equipment.

Dozier, a second baseman hitting .260 on the year, is one of four American League players up for the All-Star Final Vote. To catch the attention of fans, the Twins have parked a Case 850M dozer in front of Target Field with a sign reading, “No Bull. #VoteDozier.

“I think it’s really nice and cool of the Twins to do all the advertising and go above and beyond with the bulldozer and stuff,” Dozier said in a statement. “You play for the fans and they pay the ticket to come to see you play, so for them to do what they do and get the fans involved is pretty cool.”

Titan Machinery and Case provided the machine. Voting to complete the All-Star lineups ends at 4 p.m. EST today (July 10).