Daniel Hudson

#41 RP / Arizona Diamondbacks / EXP: 6YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 233 lb Age: 28 College: Old Dominion Bats/Throws R/R

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      Diamondbacks pitcher Daniel Hudson earns save Wednesday

      Diamondbacks pitcher Daniel Hudson locked down his fourth save of the year Wednesday, allowing one hit and striking out one over a scoreless inning in a 3-1 win over the Rockies. With regular closer Brad Ziegler away from the team following the birth of his daughter, Hudson was first in line for a save opportunity Wednesday. Hudson's fantasy value remains difficult to project; the hard throwing right-hander has been effective out of the bullpen after returning from Tommy John surgery, but has stated a desire to return to starting in 2016. While he certainly has the stuff to hold down a late innings role, he may make a bid for a rotation spot in spring training next season.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Diamondbacks' Daniel Hudson survives ninth inning for third save

      Diamondbacks reliever Daniel Hudson worked a shaky ninth inning, but came away with his third save of the season in the victory over the Rockies. Hudson, who hadn't pitched since Thursday due to a cut on his finger, allowed a run on two hits in his inning of work. Hudson came on in the ninth inning with the D-Backs leading 6-3, but he gave up one-out RBI-double to Carlos Gonzalez to cut the lead to two. He retired the next two batters, however, and preserved the 6-4 win in Game 1 of Tuesday's doubleheader.

    • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

      D-Backs pitcher Daniel Hudson to play catch

      Diamondbacks pitcher Daniel Hudson is set to play catch for the second day in a row Sunday, reports MLB.com. Hudson has not pitched since Thursday after leaving the game with a cut on his finger. He said the finger is improving and he wanted to test the amount of pressure he can put on it.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Diamondbacks' Daniel Hudson leaves game with finger injury

      Diamondbacks pitcher Daniel Hudson was lifted from Thursday's game against the Cardinals due to a cut on his finger. Hudson suffered the injury while fielding a comebacker in the top of the ninth inning. Hudson went 1 1/3 innings, allowing a hit and striking out a batter with no runs allowed.

    • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

      Diamondbacks RP Daniel Hudson earns first save of the year

      Diamondbacks reliever Daniel Hudson earned his first save of the season in his team's 4-0 win over the Giants on Sunday. ''That was kind of a rush to be honest,'' Hudson said. ''It's completely different from being a starter. I had to figure out how to control my emotions. My heart was pounding.'' Hudson closed out the ninth with 14 pitches. He has a 3.41 ERA with 28 strikeouts in 29 innings of relief this season.

    • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

      Diamondbacks RP Daniel Hudson hit in the jaw during batting practice

      Diamondbacks pitcher Daniel Hudson was hit in the jaw by a line drive during batting practice Monday, reports The Arizona Republic. Despite suffering the injury, Hudson is available to pitch in Tuesday's game after not showing any concussion symptoms.

    • by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

      Diamondbacks' Daniel Hudson earns first win of season in relief

      Diamondbacks reliever Daniel Hudson earned his first win of the season, moving to 1-1 on Tuesday by beating Miami. Hudson started the seventh and pitched two scoreless innings, allowing one hit and striking out two. He cut his ERA to 5.29.

    • by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer

      Diamondbacks' Daniel Hudson makes first start since June 2012

      Diamondbacks pitcher Daniel Hudson made his first start since June 2012, giving up no runs on two hits and struck out five in 3 1/3 innings Sunday for a no-decision. Hudson, 28, underwent two Tommy John surgeries and returned to make 12 relief appearances in 2014 and 2015 before Sunday's start. "To get the adrenaline going before the game for a big league baseball game was pretty special," Hudson said. Hudson allowed just a single through the first three innings before loading the bases in the fourth and getting pulled. "We talk about that a lot, what his future is and we've really tried to not get too far out in the future and just keep him healthy," D-backs manager Chip Hale said. "He could be a starter next year, he could be a setup man, he could be a closer. As long as he is healthy and feels strong going into next season, I think we can decide on that with his input, of course." Hudson's next scheduled start has not been announced as of Sunday night.

    • by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

      Diamondbacks' Daniel Hudson makes spot start Sunday

      Diamondbacks pitcher Daniel Hudson will start Sunday's game against the Padres. The Diamondbacks rotation was thrown out of schedule after a postponement Tuesday led to a doubleheader Wednesday, and the team had yet to name a starter for Sunday's game. Hudson will be making his first start since going 3-2 with a 7.35 ERA in nine starts during the 2012 season. He owns a 6.17 ERA and 7:3 K:BB ratio in 11 2/3 innings out of the bullpen this season. The Diamondbacks are home underdogs (+116) against the Padres Sunday.

    • by Brandon Wise | Staff Writer

      D'backs pitcher Daniel Hudson looking to throw back-to-back days

      Diamondbacks pitcher Daniel Hudson may not have pitched back-to-back games yet this season, but he feels confident he can if needed, reports AZCentral.com. "I think that's honestly helped me out to bounce back better mentally, and it's helped my arm, too," Hudson said. "Having gone through what I've gone through the last 2 1/2 years, I knew most of it was going to be mental. The thought of something bad happening was always going to be in the back of my mind. But that last outing, knowing I could get to that point and my arm not fall off, it kind of took a lot of pressure off me." Hudson has thrown 4 2/3 scoreless innings so far this season with one strikeout and no walks. "I don't think there's ever going to be a day anymore where they're not asking me how I'm feeling," Hudson said. "It's just kind of communicating with them whether or not I can go every night and luckily they've been able to not let me go back to back, but I feel like I could do it if needed because my arm has been bouncing back so well, knock on wood."

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