Souhan on Twins: Infield in flux?

Jim Souhan has an intriguing idea that would shake up the look of the Twins' infield. His idea would be moving Brian Dozier from shortstop to third base. That would put Trevor Plouffe on the bench. The shortstop? Pedro Florimon ... a slick-fielding minor leaguer.
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Jim Souhan has an intriguing idea that would shake up the look of the Twins' infield. His idea would be moving Brian Dozier from shortstop to third base. That would put Trevor Plouffe on the bench. The shortstop? Pedro Florimon ... a slick-fielding minor leaguer.

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