During the World Series you probably didn't care who you rooted for, or maybe you rooted for the team with the most former Twins players on it. If you did that you, were rooting for the Washington Nationals who had fan favorite Brian Dozier! I think we can all agree that we are happy that Dozier won a World Series. Yesterday the Nationals had their parade and rally, and Dozier did not disappoint!
During the Parade local reporters asked Dozier how he was feeling and boy was he feeling it!
I swear there's nothing like drunk players during the parade, you get some pretty great content, and they don't realize that they still have to do the rally! That's when it was Dozier's time to really shine! When the Nationals clinched the Wild Card, and advanced each round he would dance around the clubhouse to Pedro Capó and Farruko’s “Calma.” If you didn't know, Dozier is nearly fluent in Spanish, and it won't be a celebration if Dozier does what he does best during that song... taking his shirt off and celebrating which he did at the rally. He ended his dance by saying, "my wife is going to kill me!" Check out the video below!