Hendricks (13-5) was tagged with the loss Thursday against the Brewers after allowing nine runs on 11 hits and a walk across four-plus innings, striking out three.

This was one of Hendricks' worst starts of his entire career, as the right-hander struggled to settle on the mound and allowed hard contact all game long. The nine runs allowed are a season-worst mark for him, while the 11 hits tied his season worst as well. He still owns a 4.15 ERA on the year and was coming off a stretch of six quality starts across seven appearances before the wheels came off in this one, so consider this start merely an outlier and a bad day for the eight-year veteran.

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