Cubs' Hendricks leaves after taking liner off forearm
CHICAGO (AP) -- Cubs right-hander Kyle Hendricks left Game 2 of their NL Division Series against San Francisco after he was struck by a line drive in the fourth inning of Chicago's 5-2 victory.
Angel Pagan's two-out comebacker went off Hendricks' right forearm for an infield single. Hendricks tried a few warmup pitches and talked to manager Joe Maddon before departing Saturday.
Hendricks was replaced by Travis Wood, who struck out Conor Gillaspie for the final out. Wood then hit a solo home run in the fourth for a 5-2 lead.
Hendricks went 16-8 with a major league-best 2.13 ERA this year. He allowed two runs and four hits in third career postseason start, and also contributed a two-run single in Chicago's three-run second.