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The Twins have parted ways with pending free-agent pitcher Francisco Liriano. The team traded the left-hander to the Chicago White Sox late Saturday night for two minor leaguers -- pitcher Pedro Hernandez and infielder Eduardo Escobar -- three days before the non-waiver trade deadline.
Before Monday night, the last time Francisco Liriano pitched against the White Sox in Chicago, he threw a no-hitter. It was almost nothing but hits Monday night, however, as the trade commodity allowed seven earned runs in 2.2 innings -- his worst start since returning from the minors in May.
The Minnesota Twins have a chance to sweep the Cleveland Indians Sunday afternoon at Target Field after handing the tribe a couple of embarrassing losses. Right-hander Brian Duensing will step in for Francisco Liriano, who was traded to the Chicago White Sox. Ubaldo Jimenez will take the hill for the Indians. Twins Third baseman Danny Valencia is also back for the first time since being sent down to Triple-A Rochester in May.
Francisco Liriano pitched around six walks en route to leading the Twins to a 5-1 win over the Rangers Friday night in Texas. Backing Liriano was Joe Mauer and Justin Morneau, each driving in a pair of runs. The White Sox beat Toronto to remain 10 games ahead in the AL Central race.
Francisco Liriano had another brilliant start go to waste Wednesday night as the Twins lost to the Orioles, 2-1 at Target Field. Liriano struck out 10 over six innings, but he gave up a 2-run homer to Adam Jones in the first inning -- and it turned out to be all Baltimore needed.
After another rough outing the Minnesota Twins plan to "take a step back" with Francisco Liriano. Ron Gardenhire says "we're going to step back to see what we need to do to try to get his confidence back." If this means a move to the bullpen, Liriano said, "That would be OK with me."
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