Former Minnesota Twins second baseman Brian Dozier, who now plays for the Los Angeles Dodgers, will undergo tests on his heart after an EKG Monday night showed abnormal results, according to a report.
Dozier left Monday’s game against the San Francisco Giants in the ninth inning because of dizziness. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts told MLB.com an EKG test to detect cardiac rhythms revealed “abnormalities.”
“That’s the extent of it right now,” Roberts said.
Dozier was traded to the Dodgers last month after almost seven seasons with the Twins.