“The game has changed a little bit,” Hendriks told the Tribune on Thursday before the White Sox’s 8-5 win against the Twins at Guaranteed Rate Field. “This game, there has always been players with egos. … You need that ego. A lot of guys need to have it, whether it’s a chip on their shoulder or they need to play the villain or the antihero to pump themselves up.
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Column: The Chicago White Sox-Josh Donaldson feud could linger for a while: ‘I don’t like when people fabricate things,’ Liam Hendriks says of the Minnesota Twins slugger