Brian Dozier's power on display once again with moonshot HR in Colorado

Ethan Cadeaux
NBC Sports Washington
Brian Dozier took Rockies' pitcher Tyler Anderson deep for his third home run in four games, and it was an absolute moonshot.

Brian Dozier's power on display once again with moonshot HR in Colorado

Brian Dozier took Rockies' pitcher Tyler Anderson deep for his third home run in four games, and it was an absolute moonshot.

Brian Dozier's power on display once again with moonshot HR in Colorado originally appeared on nbcsportswashington.com

After a very slow start to the season, Nationals' second baseman Brian Dozier has been seeing the ball a lot better over the past few games.

On Monday, Dozier took Rockies pitcher Tyler Anderson deep in the fourth inning to give the Nationals a three-run lead, his third home run in the last four games.

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He went deep against Miami twice over the weekend, both solo shots. The first came during Friday's 3-2 loss and the latter in Sunday's 5-0 victory.

This one, though, was a no-doubter. Take a look.

After staring for a brief second, Dozier didn't need to look any longer; he knew the ball was several rows into the seats. That altitude in Colorado definitely helped, as the home run landed 435 feet away.

Dozier has struggled to hit for contact thus far in 2019, posting just a .177 average entering Monday. But when the ball has hit the bat, it's traveled a long way.

For the Nationals sake, hopefully Dozier's power continues. They're counting on better production from the seven-year veteran than they have received thus far in 2019.

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