Things didn’t start well for righthander Liam Hendriks on Tuesday. “My warmup was ... horrendous,” he said.

What followed was another example of why warmups — and some boxscores — should be ignored.

Hendriks pitched fairly well during the Twins’ 8-5 loss to the Rays. Officially, he gave up two runs on four hits and a walk with three strikeouts. But here’s how the two runs were scored in the second inning:

With two outs and a runner on first, Leslie Anderson sent a routine fly to left that Josh Willingham lost in the sun. The ball fell 30 feet to his right as a run scored.

Then Hendriks threw a two-strike breaking ball to Wil Myers that somehow was called a ball by umpire Bob Davidson. Myers walked, and Jose Lobaton followed with an RBI single.

Hendriks came back and pitched a scoreless third, giving up only a seeing-eye single to Evan Longoria.