Twins starting pitcher Liam Hendricks was rocked Saturday in Minnesota's 7-2 loss to the Indians in Cleveland. Hendricks allowed seven runs on seven hits in less than five innings of work.

Hendricks gave up a pair of two run home runs early in the game. Carlos Santana went deep in the first inning to make the score 2-0 Cleveland, then Jason Kipnis homered for a 4-1 Indians lead in the third.

The Twins got a pair of RBI from second baseman Brian Dozier, one on a third inning sacrifice fly and another on an eighth inning solo home run.

Minnesota and Cleveland wrap up their series Sunday afternoon at Progressive Field with first pitch scheduled for noon.