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Rotoworld Apr 13, 2014

Hudson takes no-decision in win over Rockies - Tim Hudson (S) San Francisco Giants

Tim Hudson allowed four runs over 7 1/3 innings and took a no-decision in Sunday's win over the Rockies.
Sacramento Bee Apr 10, 2014

Marcos Breton: Hudson looks like a steal so far for the Giants

You could say Tim Hudson owns the Arizona Diamondbacks, if two wins over them in two weeks at two different ballparks is any judge in early April.

Tim Hudson wins over SF Giants fans, Pagan on Pagan, Belt on Belt and other postgame notes

I don’t know Tim Hudson well yet, so I can’t tell if his modesty is real or false, but it’s there. His self-depracating humor is endearing. After finishing eight innings in today’s 7-3 victory, he walked off the mound to a big ovation, after which, he said, “Honestly, I think they were cheering for the mid-inning song.” No, Tim, they were cheering for you. They’ve heard Journey a trillion times. “There are going to be times when I get my butt handed to me,” Hudson said. “I hope they want turn in me if happens some time.” Giants fans and players are learning what hundreds...
Sacramento Bee Apr 7, 2014
Giants' Morse, Hudson gear up for home debuts

Giants' Morse, Hudson gear up for home debuts

Michael Morse is counting on a comeback season, and the San Francisco Giants fully expect their new left fielder to bring life to a lineup that sure could use some added power. San Francisco Giants pitcher Tim Hudson, right, gets a hug from manager Bruce Bochy after Hudson was pulled from the baseball game against the Arizona Diamondbacks during the eighth inning, Wednesday, April 2, 2014, in Phoenix. San Francisco Giants' Michael Morse, left, high-fives the bench after scoring on a fielder's choice in the second inning against the Los Angeles Dodgers in a baseball game on Saturday,...
KFFL Apr 3, 2014

Giants | Tim Hudson shines in team debut

San Francisco Giants SP Tim Hudson allowed three hits and struck out seven in seven ...
Sacramento Bee Apr 3, 2014

Hudson helps Giants to shutout win in debut

Tim Hudson waited more than eight months to get back on a big league mound after suffering a season-ending ankle injury last July. After giving him two years and $23 million, the Giants anxiously waited more than four months to see Hudson's first start in orange and black.
POSTGAME NOTES: No. 206 for Hudson; Romo proves people wrong (again); Angel and the bromance come through

POSTGAME NOTES: No. 206 for Hudson; Romo proves people wrong (again); Angel and the bromance come through

Early this spring, I tweeted something about Tim Hudson. I don’t remember what it said, but I do remember that his wife hit the retweet button … and I definitely remember the response. For more than a day, every time… Continue Reading →

SF GIANTS POSTGAME: On Hudson, Morse, Pence and Burrell

Some quotes by and about Tim Hudson after his fantastic Giants debut, 7 2/3 shutout innings, no walks, seven strikeouts in a 2-0 victory over the Diamondbacks tonight. It was his first regular-season game since breaking his ankle July 24. HUDSON: I don’t care how long you’ve been around or how much experience you have, you get anxious to compete. I don’t like saying I have nerves. I like to say I was anxious. It’s like another game, but there’s a little more to it because I haven’t pitched in a long time. I’m happy I was able to go out there and compete again and see that I...
McCovey Chronicles Apr 3, 2014
Tim Hudson sinks Arizona, Giants win 2-0

Tim Hudson sinks Arizona, Giants win 2-0

"Sinks" is a pun! I remember where I was the first time I heard of Tim Hudson. I remember the house, the direction the TV was facing, the hue of the ballpark in the highlights. It was a KRON highlight package for this game, in which Hudson dominated in a 2-0 win against the Diamondbacks. The news talked him up, and I thought, "Dang, I should keep an eye on this rookie." Do you know how I was able to find the exact game? Because I was waiting to leave for a Dave Matthews concert when I saw the highlights. So I cross-referenced the Shoreline show with Hudson's rookie year. I was waiting for a...
San Jose Mercury News Apr 3, 2014

Giants 2, Diamondbacks 0: Tim Hudson looks like a steal after handcuffing Arizona

Veteran pitches 7 2/3 shutout innings and allows only three hits while walking no one and striking out seven in San Francisco's win

Hudson dominates Diamondbacks in SF Giants debut

By Henry Schulman Phoenix – Tim Hudson, pro that he is, officially began his Giants career Wednesday night by owning the strike zone, dominating the Diamondbacks and informing Major League Baseball that he is still can be a force on the mound at 38. Would you expect anything less from baseball’s active wins leader? Hudson broke a tie with the Yankees’ CC Sabathia for that distinction with his 206th win, a 2-0 Giants victory that felt crisp and clean, the perfect antitode to the two mistake- and replay-bloated games that began the 2014 season. Hudson lasted 7 2/3 innings in his first...
McCovey Chronicles Apr 2, 2014

Open GameThread, 4/2

Welcome, Tim Hudson. Lineup for Hudson's first start: Pagan CF, Belt 1B, Sandoval 3B, Posey C, Pence RF, Morse LF, Crawford SS, Adrianza 2B, Hudson RHP— Alex Pavlovic (@AlexPavlovic) April 2, 2014
McCovey Chronicles Apr 2, 2014
A brief history of the Giants and established free agent starters

A brief history of the Giants and established free agent starters

There aren't a lot, and most of them weren't good. Tim Hudson is about to make his Giants debut, which is a sentence that would have been really, really exciting in 2005, but it still kinda neat in 2014. I'm hoping for good things, if only because for the first time in seven years, the veteran mercenary on the staff is going to throw harder than 83. It's also a good time to take a look at all of the established starting pitchers the Giants have acquired through free agency. There's no great way to define "established," other than with a know-it-when-you-see-it approach. More than 50 career...

SF Giants fall to A’s 4-0 — mixed results for newcomers Tim Hudson, Michael Morse

The new starting pitchers were on display Thursday night, representing both sides of the bay in their final tune-ups for the regular season, and Oakland’s $22 million investment one-upped the Giants’ $23 million investment. Scott Kazmir worked 5 1/3 innings and surrendered two hits, both to Hunter Pence, and the A’s beat the host Giants 4-0 in the opener of the annual three-game exhibition series, played in front of 35,688 at China Basin. Hudson, whose free-agent contract is for two years, like Kazmir’s, was trailing 2-0 in the sixth before surrendering Josh Reddick’s homer to right...

Tim Hudson, SF Giants starter and batting title hopeful, has nice Cactus finale

Tim Hudson said he “absolutely” would take 35 starts like Saturday’s, when he held the White Sox an Alejandro De Aza solo homer in six innings of an 8-5 Giants victory. He also had two singles and was robbed of a third hit by right fielder Blake Tekotte. Without that diving catch down the line Hudson would be 5-for-5 this spring. “They did tell me there’s a batting title in spring training. I’m shooting for it,” Hudson said as he iced his shoulder and ankle. His professionalism was evident in how he rebounded from two shaky starts (seven earned runs in 8 1/3 innings), using what...

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