Hendriks remains hospitalized with food poisoning

An apparent case of food poisoning is keeping Twins' starting pitcher Liam Hendriks in a Baltimore hospital until Monday, according to MLB.com. Hendriks was admitted to the hospital on Saturday, and forced to miss his start against the Orioles on Sunday. He was replaced by Anthony Swarzak.
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An apparent case of food poisoning is keeping Twins' starting pitcher Liam Hendriks in a Baltimore hospital until Monday, according to MLB.com. Hendriks was admitted to the hospital on Saturday, and forced to miss his start against the Orioles on Sunday. He was replaced by Anthony Swarzak.

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