Ben Hendrickson

#40SP,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 206
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born:
College: None
Birth Place: St. Cloud, Minnesota
Draft: 1999 10th round by the
  • Game thread: Detroit Tigers host home finale vs. Minnesota Twins
    Detroit Free Press

    Game thread: Detroit Tigers host home finale vs. Minnesota Twins

    12:10 p.m., FSD, 97.1 FM: Buck Farmer takes the mound as Tigers finish up weekend series at Comerica Park Detroit Tigers (62-93) vs. Minnesota Twins (81-74) When: 12:10 p.m. Where: Comerica Park, Detroit First pitch weather: Sunny, 81 degrees Starting pitchers: Twins RHP Jose Berrios (12-8, 3.94 ERA) vs. Tigers RHP Buck Farmer (4-4, 7.11 ERA). Game note: This is the final game at Comerica Park this season, which means it's the final home game for Tigers manager Brad Ausmus, who's out when the season is over. Tigers lineup 1. 2B Ian Kinsler 2. RF Alex Presley 3. 3B Nick Castellanos 4. 1B Efren Navarro 5. C James McCann 6. 2B Dixon Machado 7. LF Andrew Romine 8. CF JaCoby Jones 9. SS Jose Iglesias

  • Mike Trout Monday: The dream of a Trout postseason is nearly dead
    For The Win

    Mike Trout Monday: The dream of a Trout postseason is nearly dead

    This site failed to update on Mike Trout Monday for only the second time of the season last week while this author was busy doing more important things. In the two weeks since the last Mike Trout Monday dispatch, the best player in baseball has suffered from some bad luck and atypically poor results and his Angels have lost eight of their last 12 games to fall to 4 1/2 back of the Minnesota Twins for the AL’s second wild-card spot entering play Monday. That stinks. The Angels always seemed a longshot to crack the postseason, given their dearth of viable starting pitching and the holes all over their lineup. But the late-season additions of Justin Upton and Brandon Phillips, combined with the

  • MLB Postseason 2017: Updated Wild Card Standings, 7 days remaining
    CSN Mid-Atlantic

    MLB Postseason 2017: Updated Wild Card Standings, 7 days remaining

    The 2017 MLB Wild Card race is still undecided after over a 150 games throughout the regular season. While the Yankees, Twins, and Diamondbacks did what they had to do this past weekend, the Rockies did not. Just like that the National League’s second Wild Card spot is wide open. Only three postseason slots remain open, the NL Central title and a Wild Card spot on each side. Positioning and even the AL East are still up in the air but seven of the ten teams know they will be playing in October. Things flipped this weekend. The American League Wild Card race calmed down and is essentially over, but the National League race is just primed for a crazy final week. AMERICAN LEAGUE Heading into this