Gardenhire considers trying Nishioka at third base

The Minnesota Twins infielder struggled at shortstop last year with ten errors in 60 games. From camp Friday, Twins manager Ron Gardenhire hinted he isn't opposed to Nishioka at third base.
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The Minnesota Twins infielder struggled at shortstop last year with ten errors in 60 games. From camp Friday, Twins manager Ron Gardenhire hinted he isn't opposed to Nishioka at third base.

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