2021 Player Review: Liam Hendriks

Liam Hendriks was Rick Hahn’s big free-agent signing last offseason figuring his new closer was the missing piece. Leading the American League in Saves and winning AL Reliever of the Year again, Hendriks lived up to his end. However, was Hendriks the missing piece? Or is he a luxury for a team that still needs to make a significant investment to address existing roster holes?

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Shingos Cheeseburgers

On the mound Hendriks seems like a genuine weirdo. Off the mound he seems like an earnestly funny guy and he and his wife do a l lot of great work off the field. I’m happy he’s on the Sox and hope he continues his success.

He’s kind of weird off the mound as well.


Fangraphs have a short section on Danny Farquahr and his work with the Winston-Salem Dash in the latest Sunday Notes article.

Interesting info: White Sox moved away from Rapsodo and is using a combination of TrackMan and Edgertronic


Thank you for pointing it out. I don’t always hit ever Sunday Notes section, but I will make more effort to.