Hendriks down, Diamond up as Twins shuffle rotation again

Twins right-hander Liam Hendriks is back in Triple-A Rochester. The Twins say he needs to regain control of his fastball, to which Hendriks agreed. Left-hander Scott Diamond will take his place in the rotation.
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Twins right-hander Liam Hendriks is back in Triple-A Rochester. The Twins say he needs to regain control of his fastball, to which Hendriks agreed. Left-hander Scott Diamond will take his place in the rotation.

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