CLEVELAND – Twenty hours before the biggest game of his life – the biggest game of all the Chicago Cubs' and Cleveland Indians' lives – Kyle Hendricks stared at a television. The food on his plate in front of him was partitioned into quarters on his plate; none of the four items touched the other. He is meticulous like that, a starting pitcher whose inability to throw as hard as his peers forces him to live a careful, manufactured existence on the mound.