Video: Hendriks hit with shaving-cream pie

What do you give a man who finally picked up his first major league victory in 18 tries? A shaving-cream pie right in the kisser.
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What do you give a man who finally picked up his first major league victory in 18 tries? A shaving cream pie right in the kisser. The Twins' Liam Hendriks was on the receiving end, at about 1:05 in this Fox Sports North postgame interview roundup:

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