Sports MN Quiz: Who wore No. 0 for the Twins: Orlando Hudson, Junior Ortiz or Otis Nixon?

According to Twins historian Stew Thornley, only one player wore a zero on his back in club history. Who was it? Click on the headline above for the answer.
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Junior Ortiz. Nixon and Hudson both wore the No. 1.

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