Minnesota Twins pitcher Phil Hughes probably lost out on a $500,000 bonus he would have gotten if he'd pitched 210 innings this season.  Thanks to a rain delay last night, he fell ONE OUT SHORT of that mark.

It was the final start of the season for Hughes, who has thrown 209 2/3 innings this season; his contract stipulates that he would receive the bonus if he reached 210 innings pitched.

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Twins manager Ron Gardenhire told reporters after the game that he will not use Hughes out of the bullpen this weekend.

Don't feel bad for Phil though...his base salary is $8 million, and he already earned a pair of $250,000 bonuses this season for reaching 180 and 195 innings.

Still.....losing out on a half a mil! (ouch)