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Aug 28, 2014
Rotoworld
Tim Hudson yielded merely one earned run to the Rockies over eight innings on Wednesday in a no-decision.
POSTGAME NOTES: Hudson hits 2,000 and Bochy reaches 1,600 in walk-off win

POSTGAME NOTES: Hudson hits 2,000 and Bochy reaches 1,600 in walk-off win

Bruce Bochy met Tim Hudson on the dugout steps after the top of the sixth and offered a handshake. Around here, that usually only means one thing. Nice job, but your night’s over. It took a second for Hudson to… Continue Reading → 
Rotoworld Aug 28, 2014

Hudson holds Rockies to 1 run in no-decision - Tim Hudson (S) San Francisco Giants

Tim Hudson yielded merely one earned run to the Rockies over eight innings on Wednesday in a no-decision.
KFFL Aug 28, 2014

Giants | Tim Hudson hits milestone

San Francisco Giants SP Tim Hudson recorded his 2,000th career strikeout in his start Wednesday, ...

Instant analysis: Giants 10, Nats 3

GAME IN A NUTSHELL: If they wanted to become the first Washington baseball club to win 11 games in a row since 1933, the Nationals were going to need to beat Tim Hudson and a very good Giants team. No small task, especially given Hudson’s longstanding dominance of this franchise. Hudson once again proved a…
Washington Post Aug 22, 2014

Nats Journal: Nationals-Giants discussion thread: Game 127

The Nationals’ 10-game winning streak will meet a stiff test tonight when they face long-time nemesis Tim Hudson, the 38-year-old sinkerballer who already shut them down once this season. In 30 career starts against the Nationals, Hudson has a 2.37 ERA. The Nationals will answer with Doug Fister. In his last 17 starts, the Nationals have gone 14-3. Talk about the game right here. Read full article >>

Nationals-Giants discussion thread: Game 127

The Nationals’ 10-game winning streak will meet a stiff test tonight when they face long-time nemesis Tim Hudson, the 38-year-old sinkerballer who already shut them down once this season. In 30 career starts against the Nationals, Hudson has a 2.37 ERA. The Nationals will answer with Doug Fister. In his last 17 starts, the Nationals […]
CSN Washington Aug 22, 2014

Nats go for 11 straight with longtime enemy Hudson on mound

In the middle of a 10-game winning streak, the Nats are set to get quite the test on Friday night against longtime enemy Tim Hudson.
McCovey Chronicles Aug 19, 2014
Tim Hudson, the last surprising Giant

Tim Hudson, the last surprising Giant

Tim Hudson is normal again, which means there isn't a single danged Giant having a surprisingly great season. Tim Hudson is normal now. On June 12, he was 7-2 with a 1.81 ERA, on his way to an All-Star selection. Eleven starts later, he's 8-9 with a 3.03 ERA. His ERA+ is 114 (above-average) and his FIP is 3.51 (average). He's not magic. He's a 38-year-old who's somewhere between "innings eater" and "All-Star", which is what the Giants should have expected the whole time. Finally. We can talk about the Giants being weird. You knew they were weird, but I'm talking in a very specific way, and...
Mets 360 Aug 4, 2014

Game Chatter: Dillon Gee vs. Tim Hudson (8/4/14)

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Morning Briefing: Salvage a split?

NEW YORK FIRST PITCH: The Mets look to salvage a split of a four-game series against the wild-card-leading San Francisco Giants in Monday’s matinee finale at Citi Field. Dillon Gee (4-4, 3.77 ERA) opposes right-hander Tim Hudson (8-8, 2.71) in the 12:10 p.m. game. Gee has surrendered 15 runs in 16 2/3 innings in three second-half starts. Hudson is the active wins leader against the Mets with 17 career victories. Monday’s news reports: • In his first start since the non-waiver trade deadline passed, Bartolo Colon surrendered six runs in 4 2/3 innings and served up homers to Hunter...

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