Odorizzi struggles in Twins’ 10-1 loss to Blue Jays

Jake Odorizzi faced eight batters in the first inning before exiting, allowing five earned runs during the Minnesota Twins‘ 10-1 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays in Fort Myers on Sunday.

The veteran right-hander struggled out the gate, allowing two home runs and two walks before registering the game’s first out.

Matt Magill allowed a home run in the third, while Michael Pineda allowed two homers in the sixth.

Pat Dean, Ryan Eades, Adalberto Mejia, Justin Nicolino and Ryne Harper also pitched for the Twins.

The Twins managed just seven hits.

First baseman Tyler Austin had three hits, driving in Minnesota’s only run with a single in the sixth.