Twins give VIP treatment to 11-year-old #VoteDozier supporter

The deadline is closing in for Minnesota Twins fans to vote Brian Dozier into the All-Star Game, and one Minnetonka boy is doing all he can to make sure that happens.

11-year-old Noah Olson has been standing outside of his home, holding up #VoteDozier signs in a grassroots campaign for the second baseman. Word of his hard work made its way to the Twins front office, and Noah was brought to Target Field Thursday night to meet Dozier face-to-face.

“It was awesome!” Noah said. “Just shaking his hand, it was great!"

Voting for the final All-Star selections will end Friday afternoon at 3 p.m.

@SewMama5 wow that's awesome.. Tell him thanks for me!!

— Brian Dozier (@BrianDozier) July 9, 2015

@BrianDozier My 11 yr old son has been out for 3 days/ 16+ hrs w/signs yelling @ cars to #VOTEDOZIER pic.twitter.com/Ta2dhJXiWT

— Erin Olson (@SewMama5) July 9, 2015

This young Twins fan has worked hard this week to help others #VoteDozier. Watch his story tonight on @MyFOX9 at 9! pic.twitter.com/yN2ZMBeR3b

— Hobie Artigue (@HobieFOX9) July 9, 2015

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