Kyle Hendricks took a no-decision in Wednesday's 10-inning, 8-7 Game 7 World Series win over the Indians, helping the Cubs to their first title since 1908 with 4 2/3 innings of two-run ball.
Hendricks came out firing, landing eight of his first nine pitches for strikes in a scoreless first inning. He would throw one more shutout frame before the Indians got to him via an RBI single off the bat of Carlos Santana in the third inning. Santana ended Hendricks' night a short while later, drawing a walk with two outs in the fifth inning. Santana would then come around to score on a Jon Lester wild pitch. Hendricks finished out his evening having allowed just four hits, with two strikeouts and one walk. He was in line to pick up the win until Rajai Davis smacked a dramatic two-run, game-tying home run off Aroldis Chapman with two outs in the eighth inning. The Cubs would eventually pull out the historic victory in the 10th.