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Mark Hendrickson

40-Year-Old Pitcher – Free Agent

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2014 Fantasy Baseball Outlook

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LEAGUE: Majors   40 MAN: NO   BATS: L   THROWS: L   HT: 6' 9"   WT: 240   DOB: 6/23/1974   BORN: Mount Vernon, WA   COLLEGE: Washington State   DRAFTED: 1st Rd    Show ContractHide Contract

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Signed a minor league contract with the Orioles in February 2013.

March 30, 2013  –  Mark Hendrickson News

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Hendrickson was assigned to Triple-A Norfolk on Saturday, MASN reports.

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Mark Hendrickson Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm G GS SH IP H ER HR K BB W L SV BS HLD ERA WHIP
2005 31 MAJ TAM 31 31 0 178.3 227 117 24 89 49 11 8 0 5.90 1.55
2006 32 MAJ TAM 13 14 1 89.7 81 38 10 51 34 4 8 0 3.81 1.28
2006 32 MAJ LOS 18 14 0 75.0 92 39 7 48 28 2 7 0 4.68 1.60
2006  (Multiple Teams) 32 MAJ TAM/LOS 31 28 1 164.7 173 77 17 99 62 6 15 0 4.21 1.43
2007 33 MAJ LOS 39 15 0 122.7 142 71 15 92 29 4 8 0 5.21 1.39
2008 34 MAJ FLA 37 19 0 133.7 148 81 17 81 48 7 8 0 5.45 1.47
2009 35 MAJ BAL 53 11 0 105.0 116 51 16 61 33 6 5 1 4.37 1.42
2010 36 MAJ BAL 52 1 0 75.3 97 44 9 55 20 1 6 0 2 8 5.26 1.55
2011 37 AAA NOR 24 0 0 59.2 53 20 9 29 16 2 4 0 0 0 3.02 1.17
2011 37 MAJ BAL 8 0 0 11.0 15 7 1 5 6 1 0 0 0 0 5.73 1.91
2013 39 AAA NOR 40 0 0 67.2 55 23 8 37 17 5 3 2 0 0 3.06 1.07
3-Year Averages     8 0 0 11.0 15 7 1 5 6 1 0 0 0 0 5.73 1.91
Career  (View All)     329 169 2 1,169.0 1,361 653 145 666 345 58 74 1 5.03 1.46

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Mark Hendrickson Advanced Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm G GS IP K/9 BB/9 K/BB HR/9 GB/FB Ratio Strand % Fastball ERA FIP BABIP
2005 31 MAJ TAM 31 31 178.3 4.49 2.47 1.82 1.21 63.1% 5.90 4.80 .329
2006 32 MAJ TAM 13 14 89.7 5.12 3.41 1.50 1.00 1.18 73.3% 3.81 4.69 .260
2006 32 MAJ LOS 18 14 75.0 5.76 3.36 1.71 0.84 1.18 71.7% 4.68 4.29 .342
2006  (Multiple Teams) 32 MAJ TAM/LOS 31 28 164.7 5.41 3.39 1.60 0.93 1.18 72.5% 4.21 4.51 .299
2007 33 MAJ LOS 39 15 122.7 6.75 2.13 3.17 1.10 1.15 64.1% 5.21 4.02 .333
2008 34 MAJ FLA 37 19 133.7 5.45 3.23 1.69 1.14 1.05 64.2% 87.9 MPH 5.45 4.75 .307
2009 35 MAJ BAL 53 11 105.0 5.23 2.83 1.85 1.37 1.32 73.7% 87.7 MPH 4.37 4.99 .298
2010 36 MAJ BAL 52 1 75.3 6.57 2.39 2.75 1.08 1.32 67.6% 88.0 MPH 5.26 4.21 .359
2011 37 AAA NOR 24 0 59.2 4.41 2.43 1.81 1.37 81.7% 3.02 5.01 .242
2011 37 MAJ BAL 8 0 11.0 4.09 4.91 0.83 0.82 3.00 70% 87.5 MPH 5.73 5.11 .350
2013 39 AAA NOR 40 0 67.2 4.96 2.28 2.18 1.07 76.6% 3.06 4.49 .236
3-Year Averages     8 0 11.0 4.09 4.91 0.83 0.82 70% 5.73 5.11 .350
Career     329 169 1,169.0 5.13 2.66 1.93 1.12 67.5% 5.03 4.59 .316

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Mark Hendrickson: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Hendrickson has a shot to make the MLB team, manager Buck Showalter told MASN Sports.

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Hendrickson retired two of three batters Thursday, walking one, and has allowed a run and five hits so far this spring.

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Hendrickson's signing with the Orioles is official, the Baltimore Sun reports.

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Hendrickson will sign a minor league contract with the Orioles next week, MASN Sports reports.

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Hendrickson is in the process of signing a minor league contract with the Orioles, MASN Sports reports.

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Hendrickson worked out with the Orioles on Wednesday and will throw again Friday, MASN Sports reports.

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The Orioles designated Hendrickson for assignment Tuesday, according to the team's official Twitter page.

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Hendrickson was recalled from Triple-A Norfolk prior to Sundayu's game against the Yankees, MASN Sports reports.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2014

There was no outlook written for Mark Hendrickson.

2011

Hendrickson had another ineffective season in long relief. He hasn't had a WHIP under 1.390 since his rookie year in 2002. Turning 37 in June, his days as a starter are now well in the past and it's unlikely that he'll get a high-leverage relief opportunity regardless of where he's pitching in 2011. At the very least, Hendrickson should get an opportunity to handle a LOOGY role (27:9 K:BB in 30 IP against left-handed hitters) and at a discounted price after his .313 BAA and 1.553 WHIP have likely scared a few teams away.

2010

Hendrickson was ineffective in the rotation, but he pulled his weight out of the bullpen for Baltimore (3.44 ERA, 37:14 K:BB ratio). It's likely he will fill a similar role for a team in 2010, shuttling between the back end of a rotation and long relief as needed. However, there is little upside for a 35-year-old with a career 5.00 ERA, unless a permanent shift to bullpen work leads him to similar success as Darren Oliver.

2009

His 2008 ended up looking an awful lot like his 2007, only with more walks, a trend that isn't going to earn him big bucks from anyone. As a veteran lefty he'll keep getting chances but he's never had an especially pronounced platoon split, so a LOOGY role seems as unlikely as another starting gig. Still, the Orioles will give him a chance at a rotation spot during spring training after signing him in December.

2008

Hendrickson had a disappointing season for the Dodgers in 2007, going 4-8 with a 5.21 ERA. Despite being a lofty 6-9, Hendrickson's fastball rarely touches 90 mph, and his secondary stuff is nothing special. On a more positive note, Hendrickson managed to lower his walk rate to a career-best 2.1 BB/9, while he also seemed to find himself as a reliever after losing his spot in the rotation, posting a 3.69 ERA and 41:10 K:BB in 46.1 innings out of the bullpen. Hendrickson made close to $3 million in 2007 and the Dodgers didn't risk taking him to arbitration. He'll likely be used as a long reliever or spot starter wherever he lands.

2007

It's hard to argue with the 6-foot-9 Hendrickson's decision to leave the NBA for baseball as he earned close to $2 million last year, but he's simply not a good pitcher. Being left-handed might keep him around a few more years, but a guy with a career 4.98 ERA and no starting job in 2007 should be avoided.

2006

You're just never going to be a good major league pitcher if you get 30 starts a year from age 29 to 31 and never post an ERA better than 4.80 or strike out more than five batters per nine innings. That's true even if he started late due to an NBA career. He's not a lock to keep his job as a major league rotation pitcher this season.

2005

Hendrickson improved his gopheritis a little in 2004 by allowing one homer every 8.7 IP, as opposed to one every 6.6 IP in 2003. He still can't miss bats, however, striking out just four for every nine innings. He'll compete for a spot in the back of Tampa Bay's rotation, but even in deep AL-only leagues there are better fifth starter options.

2004

That didn't go well. Heck, even the Tigers beat Hendrickson in 2003. Righties slugged .544 off him for the year. He could start the year as Tampa Bay's fifth starter but he'll go undrafted in most leagues.

2003

An intriguing player for 2003 following a solid final two months in Toronto after his promotion from Triple-A. Granted, three of four starts came against Tampa Bay and Baltimore (twice), but he's going to enter spring training as one of Toronto's top four starters. A converted basketball player, he hasn't been pitching long. Don't be afraid to go the extra buck on draft day if he shows progress in spring.