Kyle Hendricks

Kyle Hendricks

Height/Weight: 6' 3"/190 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Newport Beach, California
College: Dartmouth
Draft: 2011 8th round by the
  • Twin Cities

    Chicago Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts backs manager David Ross as team finishes 83-79: 'He's our guy'

    The Chicago Cubs will have plenty of time to ponder the “what ifs” of a season that fell short of their postseason goal. Adding to the sting of finishing one game out of playoff position: the Cubs received the help they had needed coming into the weekend with the Arizona Diamondbacks getting swept by the Houston Astros. The Cubs, though, didn't take care of business by dropping two of three games to the Milwaukee Brewers, including a 4-0 loss in Sunday's season finale. Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts described the up-and-down 83-79 year as “four different seasons” from getting off to an OK start and the subsequent slump that nearly derailed the season to rallying back over .500 and the rough final three weeks in September.


    Brewers vs. Cubs Probable Starting Pitching

    The Milwaukee Brewers (90-69) and Chicago Cubs (82-77) clash on Friday at 8:10 PM ET, beginning a three-game series at American Family Field. The probable pitchers are Colin Rea (6-6) for the Brewers and Kyle Hendricks (6-8) for the Cubs. Bet Now: Get the latest odds for this matchup and pitcher props on BetMGM. New depositors can use bonus code "GNPLAY" for special offers! Brewers vs. Cubs Pitcher Matchup Info Date: Friday, September 29, 2023 Time: 8:10 PM ET TV: BSWI Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin Venue: American Family Field Live Stream: Watch this game on Fubo! Probable Pitchers: Rea - MIL (6-6, 4.74 ERA) vs Hendricks - CHC (6-8, 3.80 ERA) Watch live MLB games on all your devices! Sign up

  • Twin Cities

    As Kyle Hendricks prepares for a pivotal start tonight, weak contact is the basis of his success for the Chicago Cubs

    The day before Kyle Hendricks' final regular-season start, the Chicago Cubs' veteran tried to recall the last time he took the mound for such a pivotal game so late into the 162-game schedule. Hendricks figures it came in September 2019 when the Cubs tried to lock down a playoff spot, going from 14 games over .500 and in the final wild-card position with two weeks to go to missing the postseason thanks to a stretch of losing nine consecutive games. After a disastrous three-game sweep in Atlanta, the Cubs turn to Hendricks with their postseason hopes on life support Friday in Milwaukee, where they close out their regular-season slate. “This is what you play for,” Hendricks told the Tribune on Thursday.