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McCovey Chronicles Jan 6, 2015

Tim Hudson undergoes ankle surgery, out eight weeks

The Giants aren't even tripping about it. When I read the news that Tim Hudson was having ankle surgery to clear out bone chips (he should be ready near the start of spring training), my first thought was "Good." It comes a little late in the offseason, but he should still start the season healthy. Let him clear up the problem that affected him so much last year, the one that bothered him up until, and possibly through, the postseason. Except, that was his hip. His hip was the problem last year. His right ankle was the thing that was shattered in the previous season, and now there are bone...
San Jose Mercury News Jan 6, 2015

Giants righty Tim Hudson has surgery to remove bone spurs from ankle

San Francisco Giants' pitcher Tim Hudson will need about eight weeks recovery time after having surgery to remove bone spurs fro his right ankle.
Rotoworld Jan 6, 2015

Tim Hudson undergoes surgery on right ankle - Tim Hudson (S) San Francisco Giants

Tim Hudson underwent surgery Tuesday to remove painful bone spurs from his right ankle.
KFFL Jan 6, 2015

Giants | Tim Hudson has surgery

San Francisco Giants SP Tim Hudson (ankle) had surgery on his right ankle to remove ...

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