Twins' Hendriks out of hospital after food poisoning

After a bout with food poisoning, Twins starter Liam Hendricks is out of the hospital. Hendricks said he didn’t lose any weight, but the Twins say they don’t know when he’ll be able to return to the rotation.
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After a bout with food poisoning, Twins starter Liam Hendricks is out of the hospital. Hendricks said he didn’t lose any weight, but the Twins say they don’t know when he’ll be able to return to the rotation.

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