(8/6/2007) RHP Ben Hendrickson threw a complete-game shutout for Triple-A Omaha in a 9-0 victory over Las Vegas on Saturday. Hendrickson allowed four hits and struck out four. It was the first nine-inning shutout by an Omaha pitcher since LHP Chris George's outing on Aug. 30, 2004.
Hendrickson dealt to Royals
(3/27/2007) MLB.com reports that the Brewers have traded pitcher Ben Hendrickson to Kansas City for catcher Maxim St. Pierre. Hendrickson pitched sparingly in the majors in 2004 and 2006, totaling a 1-10 record with a 7.41 ERA. St. Pierre, a minor league vet at 26, will join the Brewers' Triple-A team in Nashville.
Hendrickson to open in minors, again
(3/25/2007) RHP Ben Hendrickson, who hoped to be traded to another team if he didn't make the Brewers' roster, instead cleared waivers and was sent to Triple-A Nashville. Hendrickson already has pitched three seasons at the Triple-A level in the Brewers system and appears to have no place in their future plans.
Brewers outright Hendrickson
(3/19/2007) The Brewers announced pitcher Ben Hendrickson cleared waivers and was sent outright to Triple-A Nashville.
Brewers sign four to deals
(2/16/2007) The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that catcher Mike Rivera, INF Vinny Rottino and RHPs Marino Salas and Ben Hendrickson agreed to one-year contracts with the Brewers.
Hendrickson optioned to Triple-A
(5/21/2006) The Brewers optioned RHP Ben Hendrickson to Triple-A Nashville and recalled RHP Chris Mabeus from Nashville on Sunday.
Hendrickson historically bad
(11:33 pm ET) Ben Hendrickson, a native of Eden Prairie, Minn., was taken out of the game before retiring a batter, marking the 14th time in Brewers history a starter failed to get an out on Saturday vs. the Twins. The last time it happened was Aug. 28, 1995, when Jamie McAndrew started at Chicago against the White Sox. Hendrickson allowed six runs on five hits.
Hendrickson to start Saturday
(5/18/2006) Brewers RHP Ben Hendrickson was officially listed as the starting pitcher for their interleague game Saturday against Minnesota. Hendrickson, who is filling in for injured RHP Tomo Ohka, had his last start skipped after surrendering seven runs in 2 1/3 innings in San Diego.
Hendrickson a candidate for May 20
(5/14/2006) The Brewers expect to know more about a timetable for Ben Sheets (shoulder) next week, according to MLB.com. He will be eligible to come off the DL and fill a vacancy in the Brewers' rotation May 20, but he's unlikely to be ready for that. Ben Hendrickson could start in Sheets' place.
Ben Hendrickson rocked Thursday
(5/11/2006) Ben Hendrickson (0-1) allowed seven runs and seven hits in 2 1/3 innings, walked three and struck out one in a loss on Thursday at San Diego.
B. Hendrickson ready to rebound
(5/11/2006) Ben Hendrickson (0-0, 2.79) will try to help Milwaukee rebound at San Diego Thursday when he gets his second start of the season and first ever against the Padres. He's starting in place of Ben Sheets (shoulder tendinitis).
Hendrickson to start Thursday
(5/9/2006) Ben Hendrickson will start on Thursday against San Diego in place of Ben Sheets, who will be placed on the 15-day disabled list on Wednesday due to tendinitis in his right shoulder.
Hendrickson to start at LA
(5/5/2006) RHP Jared Fernandez was recalled from Triple-A Nashville to fill the roster spot of RHP Tomo Ohka, who went on the 15-day DL with a slight rotator cuff tear. Fernandez will move into the long relief role previously held by RHP Ben Hendrickson, who replaces Ohka in the starting rotation. Hendrickson pitched 4 1/3 innings of long relief Tuesday against Houston but will come back on three days rest to take Ohka's turn Saturday in Los Angeles.
Hendrickson could start Saturday
(5/3/2006) The Brewers placed RHP Tomo Ohka (2-1) on the 15-day DL with a disabled list with a partial undersurface tear of the right rotator cuff and capsular injury. The move was retroactive to May 2. He has a 3.18 ERA in six starts. RHP Ben Hendrickson, who was recalled from Triple-A Nashville on April 27, is a candidate to start Saturday's game at Los Angeles.
Hendrickson holds down the fort
(5/3/2006) RHP Ben Hendrickson, who was summoned from Triple-A Nashville on April 27 to serve as a long-inning reliever, finally got in a game when RHP Ben Sheets was knocked out after 2 1/3 innings Tuesday night. Hendrickson pitched 4 2/3 innings, allowing one unearned run.
Hendrickson a long reliever
(4/30/2006) Manager Ned Yost said he plans to use reliever Ben Hendrickson in a long reliever's role. Hendrickson was called up from Triple-A Nashville on Thursday to replace Mike Adams, who was sent down Wednesday. Hendrickson spent all last season at Nashville and made his only major league appearance in 2004 with the Brewers. He was 1-8 in 10 games, including nine starts. "He'll be OK with it," Yost said.
Ben Hendrickson called up
(4/27/2006) The Brewers have called up right-handed pitcher Ben Hendrickson from Triple-A. He is expected to assume a role in middle relief. Mike Adams was sent down to make room.
Hendrickson optioned to Triple-A
(3/22/2006) The Brewers optioned outfielder Dave Krynzel and right-handers Ben Hendrickson and Dennis Sarfate to Triple-A Nashville.
Hendrickson gets beat up Sunday
(3/20/2006) Ben Hendrickson gave up seven hits and five runs in three innings.
Hendrickson inks deal with Brewers
(2/22/2006) SP Ben Hendrickson agreed to a one-year deal with Milwaukee and will be a part of their spring training.
Brewers' Hendrickson sent down
(3/27/2005) The Brewers are high on Ben Hendrickson, who went 11-3 with a 2.02 ERA at Triple-A Indianapolis last season before taking his lumps in the big leagues, where he went 1-8 with a 6.22 ERA in 10 starts. But they decided Saturday he will start the season in Triple-A.
(3/15/2005) The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports that Hendrickson, thought to have a shot at a rotation spot out of spring, has pitched poorly so far this spring. "He's got to get it going," said manager Doug Melvin. "I'd like to see him make some progress."
Hendrickson to start Thursday
(9/20/2004) Ben Hendrickson will start Thursday's game against St. Louis, since the Cardinals already have a playoff spot locked up, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The Brewers had been holding him and Jorge De La Rosa back from starting against playoff-contending teams San Francisco and Houston.
Ben Hendrickson earns first win
(9/5/2004) Hendrickson allowed seven hits and two runs in six strong innings Saturday against Cincinnati. He struck out seven in his first major league victory.
Ben Hendrickson honored Wednesday
(9/2/2004) The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports that Hendrickson was named the most valuable pitcher in the Triple-A International League Wednesday.
Ben Hendrickson to start Monday
(8/30/2004) According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Ben Hendrickson will be promoted from Triple-A Indianapolis to face the Pirates Monday.
Ben Hendrickson could join rotation
(8/25/2004) According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Brewers manager Ned Yost is considering going with a six-man rotation in September when the club brings up Ben Hendrickson. "It's not set in stone but we're thinking about it," Yost said. "(Only one off day) plays into it. The more we protect them now, the better they'll be next year."
Ben Hendrickson optioned
(8/18/2004) The Brewers optioned Hendrickson to Triple-A Indianapolis on Tuesday.
Brewers recall Hendrickson
(8/15/2004) Ben Hendrickson was recalled from Triple-A Indianapolis on Sunday. He replaced Jorge De La Rosa on the roster.
Ben Hendrickson sent down
(8/2/2004) Hendrickson was optioned to Triple-A Indianapolis on Sunday. The team's official website reports the club wanted him to make five or six starts with the Indians rather than only three with the big club.
Ben Hendrickson faces Reds
(7/20/2004) Hendrickson made his second-career start on Monday at Cincinnati. He allowed six earned runs and seven hits in only three innings to fall to 0-2.
Hendrickson to pitch Monday
(7/19/2004) The Brewers will promote Ben Hendrickson from Triple-A Indianapolis to start Monday's game at Cincinnati, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. He was 8-2 with an International League-leading 2.27 ERA for Indianapolis.
Rain could delay Ben Hendrickson
(7/16/2004) The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports that Hendrickson is expected to start Monday at the Cubs, unless the game is rained out. "We won't make a move until Sunday," said general manager Doug Melvin. "If we get a rainout, we won't need a fifth guy yet. We won't make the move until we have to."
Ben Hendrickson might get start
(7/1/2004) The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports that Hendrickson might be called up from Triple-A Indianapolis if the team decides to replace Wes Obermueller as the fifth starter.
Ben Hendrickson demoted
(6/4/2004) The Brewers optioned Ben Hendrickson to Triple-A Indianapolis on Friday. Jeff Liefer was called up to take his roster spot.
Milwaukee prospect makes debut
(6/3/2004) Ben Hendrickson (0-1) took a loss in his major league debut agsinst Los Angeles, allowing four runs and seven hits in five innings. The 23-year-old right-hander was promoted Tuesday from Triple-A Indianapolis to make an emergency start because of Ben Sheets' viral infection -- which forced Doug Davis to move up a day in the rotation.
Brewers promote pitching prospect
(6/2/2004) The Brewers promoted RHP Ben Hendrickson from Triple-A Indianapolis to make his major-league debut Wednesday in Doug Davis' scheduled slot. Davis was moved up to start on Tuesday in Ben Sheets' place.
Hendrickson joining Brewers?
(5/19/2004) The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports pitching prospect Ben Hendrickson might be activated to get a start against Pittsburgh on Saturday. He was shut down after just two innings in Tuesday's start for Triple-A Indianapolis. "We told them to limit him to 50 pitches because there's a good chance it'll be him on Saturday," Brewers general manager Doug Melvin said.
Ben Hendrickson sent down
(3/19/2004) The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports that Hendrickson was reassigned to the Brewers' minor-league camp Thursday. Mike Adams was also sent down.