Justin Ruggiano, Welington Castillo, and Christian Villanueva blasted solo home runs, and Kyle Hendricks threw 2.2 IP of no-run/no-hit ball, in a six-inning Cubs Cactus League Intrasquad game played this afternoonn in what was the first Cubs game played at Cubs Park in Mesa.
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Kyle Hendricks is a 6-3, 190 pound right-handed starting pitcher. He turns 24 on December 7th and was drafted 8th round of the 2011 Draft out of Dartmouth College. Here's what Baseball America wrote at the time of the draft.
An economics major at Dartmouth, Hendricks brings a heady presence to the mound. He does more than just outsmart hitters, though, as he has legitimate...
Here are features on three Chicago Cubs’ prospects who are on the fast track to Wrigley Field.
Kyle Hendricks: Right-handed pitcher Hendricks, 24 in December, was acquired in the Ryan Dempster deal in July of 2012. An Ivy League Dartmouth product, Hendricks, according to scouting reports, is a cerebral pitcher with a full arsenal that includes a two and four seam...
This Chicago Cubs prospects piece comes from Jeremi Harris. The following three Cubs prospects have excelled with each promotion through the Cubs’ system and can probably smell the Wrigley Field hot dogs.
Kyle Hendricks: Right-handed pitcher Hendricks, 24 in December, was acquired in the Ryan Dempster deal in July of 2012. An Ivy League Dartmouth product, Hendricks,...
Marc Hulet over at Fangraphs has a scouting report up on Kyle Hendricks after seeing him pitch August 1st. His review is mixed.
He’s dominated hitters in the minors due to above-average control and command of his four-pitch repertoire (fastball, curveball, cutter, changeup)
His simple mechanics allow him to consistently repeat his delivery — both from the full windup...
I’ve received more emails asking about Kyle Hendricks than any other prospect in recent weeks. Everyone seems to be curious about the Cubs’ right-handed pitching prospect who posted a 1.85 ERA in 21 Double-A starts. Due to popular demand, he leads off this edition of the Prospect Stock Watch. Kyle Hendricks, RHP, Chicago Cubs: The […]
Thursday night I invited myself to the Triple A debut of Kyle Hendricks. He was neither exciting nor disappointing. He is a pair of blue jeans, not a tuxedo. He is a home cooked meal, not a night on the town. He is someone we could get used to.
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I said that I was taking Friday’s off of Iowa, but Kyle Hendricks had to go and start.
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Kyle Hendricks went 0-1 with a walk. That was better than Mike Olt, who went 0-3.
Hendricks was sublime, with 7 scoreless innings (though he allowed an unearned run off an Olt fielding error). He allowed 4 his, a walk, and struck out 5. Alberto Cabrera and Brian...
Kyle Hendricks blanked Jackson for eight innings to lead Tennessee to a win and Mesa rallied for to beat the A’s in the Arizona Rookie League.
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Minutes before the deadline yesterday the Cubs matched up with the Rangers for the second time in less than 24 hours as they traded Ryan Dempster. In the trade the Cubs acquired Kyle Hendricks and Christian Villanueva. MILB.com lists the 22 year old right handed Hendricks at 6'3", 190 lbs. He's been described as the throw-in, but he has very impressive numbers.