Twins pitcher Hendriks finds something to build on

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  • Updated: March 16, 2013 - 8:07 AM

FORT MYERS, FLA. – “If you’re going to give them up, you may as well give up big ones,” Liam Hendriks said Friday night after living up to that sentiment. Hendriks allowed three runs over four innings, including a home run by Jarrod Saltalamacchia that carried deep into the right field stands at JetBlue Park, and the Red Sox shut out Minnesota 5-0.

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sidhartmannMar. 16, 1311:02 AM

He really got after it. Fun to watch.

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kindaliberalMar. 16, 1311:33 AM

No one is happier about Hendriks than Hendriks himself. He gave up a ton Of HR's last year and is right back in the groove this year. The guy isn't very good.

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