The MLB Players Association formed 30 committees headed by former players representing each team. One player from each Major League team was chosen by the committees based on the passion desire and work ethic demonstrated both on and off the field.
"It means a lot," Dozier said. "It's voted on by the alumni and for them to see that in me is pretty cool. I have a lot of respect for how you're supposed to play the game. I have a lot of pride in that aspect."
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