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Hendricks is also known for his unique use of a second changeup, which tails glove-side (like a curveball or slider) as opposed to down or arm-side like most other changeups.
The precision of his sinker control and his strong mix of second offerings makes up for Hendricks' lack of velocity, and adds up to an average strikeout total for a major league starter.
His record at the time was 4–3 with a 4.09 earned run average in 61.2 innings pitched.
Hendricks returned from the disabled list on July 24, and over his final 13 starts posted a much improved 2.19 ERA in 78 innings pitched.
In his junior year, Hendricks pitched to a 6–3 win–loss record and a 2.47 earned run average with 70 strikeouts in 62 innings pitched.
Hendricks is listed at 6 feet 3 inches (1.91 m) and 190 pounds (86 kg). Hendricks attended Capistrano Valley High School in Mission Viejo, California.
, the actress got real about her relationship, and why Petsch doesn't want to hide who she's dating. According to the real-life Cheryl Blossom, she knows her relationship with boyfriend and fellow actor Travis Mills is the real deal."I feel like it's better to come out and be honest about what I'm doing than try to hide it; I don't feel any kind of protectiveness towards it when it comes to fans. We're so open and honest with each other, and we communicate very well, and I want fans to see that I'm happy with somebody.""He's so sweet — my fans love him and his fans love me. People enjoy photos of me by myself, and people also love to see how in love I am — it's a really beautiful thing to share with my fans, actually.
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Hendricks finished the 2016 season with a record of 16–8 in 190 innings pitched and an ERA of 2.13 which was the lowest in all of baseball.
He was the first Cub to lead the National League in the stat since 1945 and the first to lead the majors since 1938.