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Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
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Earned Run Average
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Fantasy Points
Jul 5, 2022 3.0 4 6 4.80 5
Jun 30, 2022 6.0 4 6 4.76 22.5
Jun 24, 2022 7.1 3 6 4.90 29
Jun 19, 2022 4.1 2 6 5.43 -4
Jun 14, 2022 5.0 2 5 4.95 13

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Fantasy Points per Game
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Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
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Saves
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Strikeouts
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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Earned Run Average
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 1398.7 84.3 4 6 66 24 4.80 1.29
2021 375.511.7 181.0 14 7 131 44 4.77 1.35
2020 21217.7 81.3 6 5 64 8 2.88 1.00
3y Avg. 330.513.2 146.3 10 7 115 28 3.88 1.20
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Fantasy News

  • Cubs' Kyle Hendricks: Moves to 60-day IL

    Hendricks (shoulder) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Wednesday, Taylor McGregor of Marquee Sports Network reports. Hendricks' move to the 60-day IL isn't surprising since the Cubs announced Monday that he won't return to the field this season. The right-hander isn't expected to need surgery and is on track to resume strengthening work in a few weeks, so it seems likely that he'll be ready to go in time for spring training in 2023.
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  • Cubs' Kyle Hendricks: Done for season with capsular tear

    Hendricks disclosed Monday that he's recovering from a capsular tear in his right shoulder and won't return from the 15-day injured this season, Meghan Montemurro of the Chicago Tribune reports. Hendricks wasn't believed to be dealing with any structural damage in his shoulder after being diagnosed with a strain in early July, but he apparently did suffer a tear that "stems from a chronic issue, rather than happening on one pitch," according to Montemurro. The veteran right-hander isn't expected to need surgery to recover from the injury, and he will report to the Cubs' spring training facility in Arizona to get in some strengthening work in over the next 2-to-4 weeks. Since his focus at this stage is getting healthy for spring training, the non-contending Cubs won't push him to make a late-season return from the IL.
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  • Cubs' Kyle Hendricks: Could be done for 2022

    Hendricks (shoulder) said Sunday that he'll move his rehab to the Cubs' spring training facility in Arizona this week to build up his throwing, but the right-hander noted his main focus at this stage in the season is to get ready for 2023, Jordan Bastian of MLB.com reports. Though Hendricks didn't rule himself out for the season while he continues to recover from a strained right shoulder, his comments implied that he won't be pushing for a return as the 52-68 Cubs play out the string over the next six and a half weeks. Before the Cubs provide a more definitive stance on Hendricks' potential return in 2022, the team will likely wait and see how he responds to throwing bullpen sessions and facing hitters in Arizona over the next few weeks. Given the strong likelihood that Hendricks will be shut down or make only a couple late-season starts if he does get activated from the 15-day injured list at some point, fantasy managers still holding him in redraft leagues can probably feel comfortable cutting bait at this point.
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  • Cubs' Kyle Hendricks: Ready to resume throwing

    Hendricks (shoulder) has been cleared to resume throwing, according to Meghan Montemurro of the Chicago Tribune. After undergoing several MRIs and resting for more than a month, Hendricks was finally given the green light to pick up a baseball. It's unclear how long it will take Hendricks to get back to 100 percent, but with the Cubs out of the playoff chase, expect them to proceed with caution.
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  • Cubs' Kyle Hendricks: Will rest for another week

    Hendricks is still experiencing inflammation in his right shoulder and will rest for another week, Mike McGraw of the Chicago Daily Herald reports. Manager David Ross said the MRI that Hendricks underwent Monday showed improvement, but the pitcher isn't ready to resume baseball activities just yet. He will be re-evaluated again at some point next week.
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  • Cubs' Kyle Hendricks: Undergoes MRI on Monday

    Hendricks underwent an MRI on his injured shoulder Monday, Tim Stebbins of NBC Sports Chicago reports. Hendricks has been shut down since landing on the injured list in early July, and he was sent for another check-up Monday. The results of the exam will determine whether or not Hendricks has any chance to return before the season comes to a close.
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  • Cubs' Kyle Hendricks: Facing shutdown

    Hendricks (shoulder) will be shut down for at least 2-to-3 weeks before he's cleared to play catch, Gordon Wittenmyer of NBC Sports Chicago reports. Hendricks has been on the injured list for a week due to a right shoulder strain, and he recently underwent an MRI that didn't reveal any structural damage. However, the right-hander will require more than the minimum of 15 days on the shelf since he won't be able to resume throwing until at least late July. A better timetable for Hendricks' return is unlikely to be revealed until he begins a throwing program.
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  • Cubs' Kyle Hendricks: No structural damage

    Hendricks underwent an MRI on his right shoulder Thursday that revealed no structural damage, Meghan Montemurro of the Chicago Tribune reports. This news eliminates the possibility of surgery to correct the shoulder issue, which likely would have sidelined Hendricks for the rest of the season. There's no timetable for his return, though the team expects to update Hendicks' status once it finishes the weekend series in Los Angeles.
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  • Cubs' Kyle Hendricks: Goes on IL with shoulder strain

    Cubs manager David Ross said Hendricks will be placed on the 15-day injured list Wednesday with a right shoulder strain, Andy Martinez of Marquee Sports Network reports. Hendricks will miss his final two turns through the rotation before the All-Star break after sustaining the injury in Tuesday's win over the Brewers, but he'll be eligible to come off the IL when the Cubs open their second-half schedule July 22 in Philadelphia. It's not yet clear if the veteran right-hander will be ready to go by then, as his availability coming out of the All-Star break will hinge on how much progress he makes in his rehab and throwing program over the next two weeks. He previously avoided the IL last June but still went 13 days between starts after experiencing shoulder fatigue, so it's possible the Cubs take a more conservative approach with his recovery this time around. Hendricks joins five other starting pitchers on the IL, though both Marcus Stroman (shoulder) and Drew Smyly (oblique) appear close to being activated, and either of the two could be an option to replace Hendricks' next turn in the rotation Sunday in Los Angeles.
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  • Cubs' Kyle Hendricks: Leaves with shoulder soreness

    Hendricks was removed from Tuesday's start at Milwaukee due to right shoulder soreness, Meghan Montemurro of the Chicago Tribune reports. The veteran right-hander took some extra time between starts in early June due to shoulder fatigue, and it appears the issue resurfaced during Tuesday's outing. Hendricks lasted three innings before making his exit and gave up two runs on two hits with four strikeouts and two walks. According to Gordon Wittenmyer of NBC Sports Chicago, Hendricks is scheduled to undergo an MRI, though the injury isn't believed to be serious.
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  • Cubs' Kyle Hendricks: Sleeper pitchers for Week 14 (July 4-10)

    Three of Hendricks' past four starts have been strong and one has been a disaster, which kind of sums his past two seasons. When things go wrong for him, they go really wrong, and seeing as one of his two matchups this week is the Dodgers, the chance for disaster is heightened. Still, if you're a sucker for volume, you might be tempted to try it.
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  • Cubs' Kyle Hendricks: Cruises to win Thursday

    Hendricks (4-6) earned the win over Cincinnati on Thursday, pitching six innings and allowing two runs on six hits and one walk while striking out seven. The Cubs built an early lead that ballooned to seven runs through three innings, so Hendricks faced little stress in earning his fourth victory. Still, the veteran was more deceptive than usual, notching 15 swinging strikes and a tying a season high with seven punchouts. Hendricks has had his share of poor performances this season, but he's registered consecutive quality starts during which he's allowed just two runs while striking out 13 across 13.2 innings.
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  • Cubs' Kyle Hendricks: Dominant in Friday's win

    Hendricks (3-6) allowed just five hits and a walk with six strikeouts over 7.1 scoreless innings to earn the win Friday over the Cardinals. This was the third time this year Hendricks has completed at least seven innings without allowing a run. He was able to make Nico Hoerner's two-run home run in the second inning stand as all the Cubs needed in the victory. Hendricks still has a lackluster 4.90 ERA, 1.30 WHIP and 55:21 K:BB through 75.1 innings in 14 starts. The 32-year-old hasn't been able to sustain success over more than a couple of outings at a time, but he's in line for a decent home matchup next week versus the Reds.
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  • Cubs' Kyle Hendricks: Roughed up in loss

    Hendricks (2-6) took the loss Sunday against Atlanta, allowing six runs on eight hits while striking out six and walking one over 4.1 innings. Hendricks had a rough game Sunday despite striking out six batters and limiting the Braves to one walk. He was tagged for a three-run home run in the first inning, then a solo shot and two RBI doubles in the fifth before being pulled. The veteran righty gave up six earned runs for the third time this season and has allowed three or more earned runs in seven of 13 games this season. Hendricks will take a 5.43 ERA into his next appearance.
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  • Cubs' Kyle Hendricks: Strikes out six in no-decision

    Hendricks gave up one earned run on four hits and no walks while striking out six over five innings in a 12-5 loss to the Padres on Tuesday. He did not factor into the decision. Hendricks found some success against the Padres on extra rest Tuesday, holding them to only one earned run and issuing no free passes. However, Hendricks threw a mere 78 pitches and has pitched six-plus innings on only two occasions this season. His 4.95 ERA is the highest of his nine-year career, and after a rough 2021 campaign, the once-reliable 32-year-old appears to be on a downward trajectory while battling shoulder fatigue. Look for him to start Sunday versus Atlanta.
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  • Cubs' Kyle Hendricks: Returning Tuesday

    Hendricks has been resting due to shoulder fatigue but is lined up to make his next start Tuesday against the Padres, Gordon Wittenmyer of NBC Sports Chicago reports. Hendricks will be pitching on 12 days' rest when he returns to action. It seems as though he wasn't dealing with any explicit injury beyond fatigue and that the Cubs merely wanted to give him some extra rest, but any time an arm issue pops up for a pitcher, it's hard not to be at least somewhat worried.
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  • Cubs' Kyle Hendricks: Throws bullpen Friday

    Manager David Ross said that Hendricks has been "dealing with some stuff" but threw a bullpen session Friday, Meghan Montemurro of the Chicago Tribune reports. Hendricks hasn't started since June 1, and the team hasn't provided an official reason why he was deemed in need of extra rest. However, Ross didn't sound too concerned about Hendricks and said that the right-hander will "pitch in the near future." While the 32-year-old isn't starting Friday or Saturday against the Yankees, he'll likely be in the mix to start during Sunday's series finale or sometime next week against the Padres.
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  • Cubs' Kyle Hendricks: Next start uncertain

    Hendricks isn't listed among the Cubs' probable starters for Friday's or Saturday's games against the Yankees, Meghan Montemurro of the Chicago Tribune reports. The Cubs have already given Hendricks some extra rest coming off his last start June 1, and it's unclear if he'll being taking the ball this weekend in New York. Chicago has yet to list a starter for Sunday, but Marcus Stroman will also be in the mix to pitch given his outing Wednesday was postponed due to inclement weather. One or both of Hendricks and Stroman will have to wait until next week before retaking the mound.
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  • Cubs' Kyle Hendricks: Allows three runs Wednesday

    Hendricks pitched five innings against Milwaukee on Wednesday, allowing three runs on six hits and one walk while striking out one. He didn't factor in the decision. Hendricks missed very few bats in the outing, notching only two swinging strikes among 79 pitches and fanning only one batter. However, he was able to keep Chicago in the contest and avoided taking his third straight loss. Hendricks had allowed 11 runs over nine innings in his previous two starts coming into the contest, so this was a better (though not particularly impressive) outing. The veteran right-hander is expected to make his next start in Baltimore next week.
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  • Cubs' Kyle Hendricks: Struggles again in loss

    Hendricks (2-5) allowed four runs on five hits across four innings to take the loss Wednesday against the Reds. He walked one and struck out one. Hendricks didn't allow seven runs like he did in his last outing, but he was only moderately better Wednesday. It's been a struggle all year for the righty, as he's now sitting with a 5.20 ERA. Hendricks posted a sub-3.50 ERA every year between 2016 and 2020, but that crept up to 4.77 last season, and he's now on pace for a new career worst. Hendricks has always had a small margin for error since he doesn't record too many strikeouts, and that may be catching up to him in his age-32 season. He'll look to turn things around in his next scheduled start Tuesday against the Brewers.
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