Evan Hilbert
Tuesday April 10th, 2012

Minnesota Twins starting pitcher Liam Hendriks was released from a Baltimore-area hospital Monday after missing his start Sunday with food poisoning, according to MLB.com.

Hendriks is expected to be re-evaluated upon his return, and there is no timetable for when he could appear on the mound.

"We have to get him here and see how he's looking," Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said, according to the report. "He's got to do some work out there, and then we'll decide where we'll go. We have the day off tomorrow, and then we have the rotation set from there for the next four days. So we'll go from there." Hendriks is tentatively scheduled to start Thursday.

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