Tim Hudson

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Tim Hudson Facing Surgery on Injured Ankle

25 July 2013 | 3:58 am NEW YORK (AP) – Tim Hudson needs surgery on his broken right ankle, an injury that leaves the NL East-leading Atlanta Braves without one of their top pitchers. Hudson got hurt while covering first base Wednesday night against the New York Mets when Eric Young Jr. stepped on the back of his lower leg. The 38-year-old right-hander was carted off the field in obvious pain. Hudson had X-rays at Citi … http://www.wdef.com/content/sports/mlb/braves/story/Tim-Hudson-Facing-Surgery-on-Injured-Ankle/T5e14sLxrUWmclVRQJtw2w.cspx?rss=3479

Braves lose Hudson, beat Mets

25 July 2013 | 3:51 am Tim Hudson took a shutout into the eighth inning before getting spiked at first base and carted off the field during the Atlanta Braves' 8-2 victory over the New York Mets on Wednesday night. http://msn.foxsports.com/mlb/story/Atlanta-Braves-lose-Tim-Hudson-beat-NewYork-Mets-072413

Tim Hudson out for season after suffering fractured right ankle

25 July 2013 | 3:23 am Warning: This video may be difficult to watch. Use your own discretion before viewing. Outcomes in baseball are often decided by timing and/or inches. Unfortunately for Atlanta Braves starting pitcher Tim Hudson, both were working against him on Wednesday night Continue reading http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/mlb-big-league-stew/tim-hudson-carted-off-field-suffered-fractured-ankle-032359806.html

9 <b>Tim Hudson</b> Ankle Injury Photos – GIF and Video – Eric Young Jr.

25 July 2013 | 3:02 am Who said baseball is a non-contact sport? Tell that to Tim Hudson. The star pitcher for the Atlanta Braves experienced a surefire broken ankle after Eric Young Jr. stepped on his leg while the hurler was covering first base. http://www.everyjoe.com/2013/07/24/sports/tim-hudson-ankle-injury-photos-gif-video/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=tim-hudson-ankle-injury-photos-gif-video

Oh No They Didn't! – <b>Tim Hudson</b> spiked, carted off

25 July 2013 | 2:52 am YORK — Atlanta Braves pitcher Tim Hudson has been carted off the field after getting spiked near his right Achilles while covering first base against the New York Mets. Hudson was working on a four-hit shutout in the eighth  http://ohnotheydidnt.livejournal.com/79913339.html

<b>Tim Hudson</b> Had His Ankle Stepped On By Eric Young Jr., Left <b>…</b>

25 July 2013 | 2:18 am Tim Hudson left tonight's Braves Mets game on a stretcher after suffering a scary ankle injury covering first base in the 8th inning. Eric Young Jr. hit a grounder to first and Tim Hudson covered. Young stepped on Hudson's  http://www.thebiglead.com/index.php/2013/07/24/tim-hudson-had-his-ankle-stepped-on-by-eric-young-jr-left-game-on-stretcher-video/

TIM HUDSON 2012 Topps Heritage Baseball #394 Atlanta Braves

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  • Locke says:

    Who Should I Start In The Short Week? These are the top guys available on waivers. I can only start 1 but it might help if you give me your top 3. Reasons for your picks get you bonus points.

    Dan Straily @ LAA (Wilson)
    Kyle Kendrick @ NYM (Hefner)
    Martin Perez vs BAL (Gonzalez)
    Kyle Lohse vs MIA (Turner)
    Scott Kazmir @ MIN (Pelfrey)
    Chris Archer @ TOR (Dickey)
    Tim Hudson @ CHW (Danks)
    Miguel Gonzalez @ TEX (Perez)

    head to head scoring:
    k 1
    W 7
    QS 5
    ER -1
    L -4
    each inning over 4 is one point. (ex: 7 innings for one pitcher is 3 pts)

  • Josh says:

    Are There More Active Hall Of Fame Candidates Right Now Than There Have Ever Been In Baseball History? IHere are all the HOF candidates I can think of.. I will put them in different categories and rank them in order of how likely there are to get in…

    Note: I am counting players who have not yet been eligible for the hall of fame vote as active.


    HALL OF FAME LOCKS- if they were voted on right now, they would be in the HOF (batters)
    1. Ken Griffey Jr.
    2. Derek Jeter
    3. Albert Pujols
    4. Chipper Jones
    5. Jim Thome
    6. Ichiro
    7. Ivan Rodriguez
    8. Vladimir Guerrero
    9. Frank Thomas
    10. Mike Piazza

    Hall of fame locks (pitchers)
    1, Greg Maddux
    2. Randy Johnson
    3. Mariano Rivera
    4. Pedro Martinez
    5. Tom Glavine
    6. Trevor Hoffman
    7. John Smoltz
    8. Billy Wagner
    9. Roy Halladay
    10. Curt Schilling

    1. Jeff Kent
    2. Omar Visquel
    3. Andruw Jones
    4. Carlos Delgado
    5. Jim Edmonds
    6. Nomar Garciaparra
    7. David Ortiz
    8. Michael Young
    9. Lance Berkman
    10, Scott Rolen
    11. Carlos Beltran
    12. Jorge Posada
    13.Mark Tex
    14. Paul Konerko
    15. Matt Holliday
    16. Todd Helton
    17. Jimmy Rollins
    18. Aramis Ramirez
    19. Alfonso Soriano
    20. Adam Dunn

    *there are too few borderline pitchers to rank

    Batters on Pace to have HOF careers
    1. Joe Mauer
    2. Robinson Cano
    3. Tulo
    4. Ryan Braun
    5. Joey Votto
    6. Prince Fielder
    7.David Wright
    8. Mike Trout
    9. Adrian Beltre
    10.Dusitn Pedroia
    11. Yadier Molina
    12.Evan Longoria
    13. Andrew Mccutchen
    14.Carlos Gonzalez
    15. Chase Utley
    Pitchers on pace to go the HOF
    1. Clayton Kershaw
    2. Justin Verlander
    3. Craig Kimbrel
    4. CC Sabathia
    5. Felix Hernandez
    6. David Price
    7.Adam Wainwright
    8. Jered Weaver
    9. Cliff Lee
    10.TIm Hudson
    11. Johan Santana
    12. Roy Oswalt
    There are SIXTY SEVEN listed players
    oops 🙁 meant to have an asterisk next to Braun because I thought baseball fans kind of let him off the hook
    @chaos- I didn’t realize people still used fielding percentage to represent someones defensive ability..

    • Curator says:

      By my reckoning, there were 54 future Hall of Fame “players” who appeared in at least one game in the 1928 season (and that’s “just” those inducted as players, and isn’t even counting N.egro League HOFers.
      So considering that at least 19 of those players listed were gone by the time Mike Trout debuted, that’s already just 48 players.
      A LOT of the players you mentioned won’t get any Hall consideration (Adam Dunn, Alfonso Soriano, Jorge Posada, Aramis Ramirez), many of the young ‘ens won’t pan out, etc.

      According to the following post from Baseball-Reference.com’s blog, about 30% of all hitters who had enough at bats to qualify for the batting title that year eventually made the Hall of Fame.

  • GoBrowns1224 says:

    Who Would You Drop In This Scenario? Peavy is coming off of the DL and I have to make a roster decision. I’m thinking of dropping either Gerrit Cole, Tim Hudson, or Alcides Escobar.

    Here is my roster:
    Masterson, Lester, Liriano, Hellickson, AJ Griffin
    Rivera, Gregg, Street
    Davis, Goldschmidt, Votto, Utley, Desmond, Machado, Ellsbury, Gordon, Harper, Montero, Aoki, Alcides Escobar

    I could use the help.
    It is a 12 team roto league.

    • Curator says:

      Considering this is a roto league the important question to ask is where are you in the SB category??
      If you are doing well in it (and you have Ellsbury and Aoki which should put you near the middle) then you can cut Escobar…
      Does he ride your bench most of the time?? I imagine he does with this being a 12 teamer… if he is riding your bench then cut him. He only has 12SB on the year, the runs at 38 are helpful, but that isn’t stellar anyway…

      Alcides Escobar.

      More reasons:

      You have your SS in Desmond, you don’t need to carry another.
      Peavy is legit and is better in your rotation than Hudson.

  • ♡ What Are Your Top 10 Names For Each Gender + BQ? ♡ Mine are ~ ♡

    ♀ Helena Anne.
    ♀ Maria Lucille.
    ♀ Ivy Charlotte.
    ♀ Scarlett Naomi.
    ♀ Leonie Violet.
    ♀ Katherine Marie.
    ♀ Iris Emmeline.
    ♀ Meredith Aubrey.
    ♀ Rosa Madeleine.
    ♀ Lia Rosemary.

    ♂ Gabriel Vincent.
    ♂ Oscar Ronan.
    ♂ Samuel Gregory.
    ♂ Thomas Anthony.
    ♂ Evan Alexander.
    ♂ Noah Frederick.
    ♂ Dominic Hudson.
    ♂ Joshua Ronald.
    ♂ Nathaniel Ryan.
    ♂ Matthew Elias.

    ♡ What are yours? Include both first and Middlesex names please and nicknames if you have them! ♡

    ♥ BQ~ What are your favourites from my lists? ♥

    Thanks in advance!

    • Curator says:

      Mine 🙂

      Willow Grace (Will)
      Jocelyn Hope (Josie)
      Madeleine Noelle (Maddy)
      Annabella Rose (Annie, Belle & Bella)
      Alyson Rose (Ally)
      Alice Caroline (Allie)
      Julia Faye (Julie Jules)
      Sienna Grace (Sia)
      Vienna Rose
      Vióla Marie

      Anthony Scott
      Timothy Ryan (Tim & Timmy)
      Seth Aaron
      William David (Will)
      Giovanni Alexander (Gio)
      Michael Kaden (Mikey)
      Andrew James (Andy & Drew
      Shawn Douglas
      Damon Reid
      Ethan James (Eth)

      BQ– I like most of your names! Especially Helena Anne and Dominic Hudson 🙂
      I like Helena Anne cuz it sounds so classy and proper and Dominic Hudson cuz it sounds like a little mysterious bad boy(ish) character!

      The rest of your names:
      Maria Lucille: 5/10 Flows properly.
      Ivy Charlotte 6/10 cute!
      Scarlett Naomi 5/10 sounds like a glamerous superstar!
      Leonie Violet 7/10 rare combination
      Katherine Marie: 3/10 Fine i guess.
      Iris Emmeline 2/10 not a favourite, but not the absolute worst. I like Emmeline.
      Meredith Aubrey: 8/10 Really proper!
      Rosa Madeleine: 10/10 Flawless!
      Lia Rosemary 8/10 Nice!

      Gabriel Vincent 7/10 Nice.
      Oscar Ronan 8/10 Cool.
      Samuel Gregory 5/10 don’t like Gregory but like Samuel.
      Thomas Anthony 9/10 Similar to my taste!
      Evan Alexander 9/10 Darling beautiful!
      Noah Fredrick 6/10 Noah is fine!
      Joshua Ronald: 4/10 I like Joshua.
      Mathhew Elias Flawless 10/10
      Nathaniel Ryan 10/10 Nice!

    • Curator says:

      On Thursday, July 4, crowds will flock to Manhattan’s West Side to watch Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks light up the night sky in honor of Independence Day. More than 40,000 fireworks will burst forth from four barges floating on the Hudson River, synchronized to an eclectic soundtrack of patriotic standards, and classic and current pop songs that were all handpicked by Grammy Award winner Usher. In fact, he even helped influence the design of the fireworks!
      While it may seem like the holiday is a long way off, it’s actually just three weeks away. Tickets for paid viewing options, like 4th of July fireworks cruises and watching from the deck of the Intrepid, are already on sale and going fast. Of course you don’t need to spend a penny see the sparklers, but there are some important things to know before you go. We’ve got the scoop on how to find the best places to watch Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks with your family.
      The Basics
      This year, Macy’s dazzling fireworks spectacle, titled It Begins with a Spark, will take place between 24th and 40th Streets on the Hudson River. The official start time is 9pm, however, the show usually begins around 9:25pm and lasts approximately 25 minutes.
      Of course you need to claim your viewing spot long before sundown. Plan to arrive around 5pm or even earlier. And be prepared to stand or sit on the ground while you wait: The New York Police Department won’t allow you in the area with backpacks, lawn chairs or other large items.
      New this year: Listen to the synchronized soundtrack from wherever you are by tuning into 1010 WINS-AM radio. Can’t seem to get anywhere near the sparklers? Considering checking out the light show at the Empire State Building, which is scheduled to coincide with the fireworks’ finale.
      If you’re just not up for fighting for a great spot, you can always watch Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks live on NBC. This year’s telecast will be hosted by Nick Cannon and feature live performances by Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez and Mariah Carey. Usher isn’t scheduled to perform, however, he did create the soundtrack for the sparklers.
      Best Viewing Locations
      Twelfth Avenue and the West Side Highway
      At 2pm, Twelfth Avenue and the northbound lanes of the West Side Highway from 22nd to 59th Streets will be closed to traffic and turned into a giant block party. Access points will be on Eleventh Avenue at the following streets: 24th Street, 26th Street, 28th Street, 29th Street, 33rd-34th Streets, 40th Street, 42nd Street, 44th Street, 50th Street, 52nd Street, 54th Street and 56th-57th Streets. Note: All of these access points are subject to change at the discretion of the NYPD!
      New Jersey
      The fireworks are just as breathtaking from Weehawken, Hoboken or other Hudson River towns in the Garden State. See our recommendations for the best places to watch Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks in New Jersey.
      Riverside Park South
      Macy’s advises that there will be very limited viewing of the fireworks above 59th Street. That said, you may want to stake out a spot in Riverside Park South and hope for the best. In years past, the park closed to new visitors at 4pm but if you were already there you weren’t asked to leave. Be warned: These decisions sometimes change at the whim of the NYPD.
      If you have an elderly or disabled person in your party, you can snag a spot in De Witt Clinton Park at 52nd Street and Eleventh Avenue. It is exclusively reserved for seniors and people with challenges and their families.

      Where Not to Go
      All Hudson River Park piers will be closed except for Pier 84 at 44th Street, which will have limited access until it fills up, which will undoubtedly happen very, very early.

      Macy’s says that the Hudson River Park promenade and bike path between Houston and 59th Streets aren’t viewing areas either, so we assume they will also be closed.

      Battery Park City also won’t offer views. And if you were thinking of watching Liberty State Park’s fireworks from here, you’re out of luck since they aren’t happening this year due to budget woes. The Jersey City fireworks have also been canceled.

      Paid Viewing Options
      The Intrepid is a prime spot, and as such charges for it. There are different price tiers starting at $175 per person (children under 3 are free but they have to sit on an adult’s lap). What you get: VIP seating on the aircraft carrier or pier, with a simulcast of the soundtrack, food, non-alcoholic beverages and a place to use the bathroom.

      Another option is to hop on a boat. See our post about 4th of July fireworks cruises out of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Weehawken, New Jersey.

      In addition to running two fireworks cruises, the Circle Line is hosting a 4th of July Pier Party. For $99 a pop (no children’s price), you get an amazing view of the show from land. Price goes up to $104 the day of, assuming there are any tickets left.

  • GoBrowns1224 says:

    Who Would You Drop In This Scenario? Peavy is gonna be coming off the DL soon. So, I’m going to have to drop one of my other pitchers. I’ve narrowed it down to Tim Hudson, AJ griffin, Kyle Kendrick, or Gerrit Cole. Which of those 4 do you think is the weakest and should I drop? Or, would you just drop Peavy and keep the rest? I could use the help.

    • Curator says:

      Normally, you would think Hudson, but his peripherals are great. He has had very bad luck this year, but it is very likely his “real” stats will start improving soon. Instead, lose Kendrick. Best move 100%

  • Alden says:

    Is It Time To Drop Cole Hamels? He has literally pissed me off all season long and I sent a ton of trade offers trying to send him off but they keep getting rejected, I feel like I can get production from other pitchers in free agency. Pitchers available are R.A. Dickey but most likely won’t pick him up until he gets another good game, Josh Johnson, Travis Wood, Alex Cobb, Tim hudson, Matt Garza, Gerrit Cole, Eric Stults, Scott Feldman, Charles Tillman, Zack Wheeler, and Jorge De La Rosa

    My Pitchers:

    SP- Madison Bumgarner
    SP- Matt Harvey
    RP- Edward Mujica
    RP- Hudson Street
    P- Stephen Strausburg
    P- Cole Hamels
    P- Shelby Miller
    P- Patrick Corbin
    P- Julio Terehan
    P- Koji Uehera
    P- Joaquin Benoit

    • Curator says:

      With all of the pitchers that are available, I think it would be safe to drop him. From the sounds of it, nobody would add him out of free agency. I would not be surprised if he turned his season around, so pay attention. Otherwise, you could get better starts out of other players.

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