Cubs' offensive woes continue in a 2-1 loss to the Pirates despite Kyle Hendricks' strong outing

The implementation of the designated hitter in the National League has prevented pitchers from hitting in 2020.And at the rate the Chicago Cubs offense is regressing, it’s a shame for pitchers such as Kyle Hendricks to pay the price for the lack of support.After allowing back-to-back home runs Wednesday night to Adam Frazier and Ke’Bryan Hayes, Hendricks retired 22 of the next 24 batters but was saddled with a 2-1 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates.This marked the 25th time in 56 games the Cubs (32-24) scored three runs or fewer.Assuming this was Hendricks’ last start, he finishes the regular seas…

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