Hendricks gave up his first runs against big league batters this spring after extending his scoreless streak to 12 innings.
Trevor Bauer struck out seven, working solidly into the seventh inning.
Jorge Soler and Chris Coghlan each hit two-run homers, and Starlin Castro and Anthony Rizzo also connected.
Clayton Kershaw struck out eight in six innings, and Yasiel Puig and Jimmy Rollins homered.
Jose Quintana carried a shutout in the fifth but wound up allowing four runs and eight hits in 4 1-3 innings.
David Ross, Arismendy Alcantara and Anthony Giansanti each hit a two-run homer as the Cubs rallied to beat the Chicago rival White Sox 10-7 Friday.
Lester hadn’t allowed a run in his first two spring starts. On Monday, he was charged with six runs before leaving with one out in the fourth.
The Cubs continue to insist Javier Baez will be the everyday shortstop at Triple-A Iowa.
Nate Jones threw in a simulated workout Friday morning.
Spring has not been kind to Chris Sale. Perhaps that’s not fair. Maybe the weather, workouts, meals, golf and time with his teammates have all been kind; but the starts have not.
With few decisions left to be made, the White Sox fully expect that their team will be complete by next week. That according to the manager Ozzie Guillen after the Sox 6-2 loss to the Dodgers on Wednesday.
So far this spring everything has gone better than expected with Jake Peavy’s return from a serious injury that knocked him out of most of last season.