Twins lose to Rays in Grapefruit League finale

The Twins lost to the Rays, 6-2, Tuesday to wrap up their Grapefruit League schedule. Liam Hendriks allowed four runs on nine hits and failed to make it out of the sixth inning. His next start is Sunday in the season opening series finale against the Orioles.
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The Twins lost to the Rays, 6-2, Tuesday to wrap up their Grapefruit League schedule. Liam Hendriks allowed four runs on nine hits and failed to make it out of the sixth inning. His next start is Sunday in the season opening series finale against the Orioles.

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