Start No. 17 the charm? Twins' Hendriks hopes so

You’ve heard this before: The Twins’ Liam Hendriks hopes to pick up his first major league victory tonight. If so, it would be his first win after starting his career with an 0-9 mark. He’d be a hero if he got the job done. The Twins have lost two straight to Kansas City at home.
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