Dakota Hudson

#43 SP / St. Louis Cardinals / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-5 Weight: 215 lb Age: 26 College: Mississippi State Bats/Throws -/-

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      Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Going for second opinion

      Dakota Hudson (forearm) met with head team physician Dr. George Paletta on Wednesday and will seek a second opinion and further evaluation on his injured forearm, Anne Rogers of MLB.com reports.The right-hander was just placed on the 45-day injured list Tuesday, and he has some time to figure out his options since he won't be pitching again this regular season or postseason, if the St. Louis Cardinals qualify. President of baseball operations John Mozeliak noted Wednesday that the seeking of a second opinion is simply part of the process of Hudson setting himself up as best as possible to not miss time in 2021. "Our doctors have reviewed the MRI, but you still want to do the normal consultation," Mozeliak said. "Until that happens, there are no decisions made for next steps. ... Obviously, the fact that we're ruling out the remainder of this year is saying something."

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      Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Shifts to 45-day IL

      Dakota Hudson (forearm) was transferred to the 45-day injured list Tuesday, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports.The 26-year-old was already considered doubtful to pitch again this season, and his placement on the 45-day IL guarantees he won't be eligible to be activated until November. Hudson was previously scheduled to undergo further evaluation Tuesday to determine the next steps in his recovery, but according to Jones that appointment has been rescheduled for Wednesday.

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      Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Medical evaluation set for Tuesday

      Dakota Hudson (forearm) is set to meet with Dr. George Paletta in St. Louis on Tuesday regarding the next steps in his recovery, Anne Rogers of MLB.com reports.The right-hander's regular season is deemed to be over, but Hudson will naturally hope to have his recovery completed as soon as possible so as to be able to enter spring training in 2021 without restrictions. The 26-year-old put together a third consecutive solid showing during the abbreviated 2020 campaign that included a 2.77 ERA, 1.00 WHIP and career-best 20.5 percent strikeout rate, and he's poised to be a pivotal part of the rotation again next season, if healthy.

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      Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Likely done for 2020

      St. Louis Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak said Sunday that Dakota Hudson (forearm) is doubtful to pitch again this season, Jim Hayes of FOX Sports Midwest reports.Hudson exited his start Thursday with what was initially labeled as right elbow soreness, but he was diagnosed with a right forearm strain and placed on the 10-day injured list two days later after undergoing additional testing. The right-hander will be evaluated again by a team doctor Tuesday, but the Cardinals aren't banking on Hudson receiving a short-term timeline to resume pitching. St. Louis will turn to Austin Gomber to fill Hudson's spot in the rotation beginning with Tuesday's game in Kansas City.

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      Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Placed on injured list

      Dakota Hudson landed on the 10-day injured list with a strained right forearm Saturday.Hudson left Thursday's game with the injury, which was originally called right elbow soreness but has since been diagnosed as a forearm strain following an MRI. With just 10 days left in the season, all injured list placements at this point are season-ending. Hudson will wrap up the year having posted a 2.77 ERA and a 1.00 WHIP in eight starts. Nabil Crismatt was recalled in a corresponding move.

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      Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Undergoing more tests

      Dakota Hudson is undergoing more tests on his forearm Friday, Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.Hudson left Thursday's game against the Pirates due to an issue that was originally referred to as right elbow tightness. While an X-ray came back negative, the St. Louis Cardinals are worried about a potential flexor tendon issue or some other forearm injury. Whether or not he can pitch again this season should become clear following the tests.

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      Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: X-rays come back negative

      Dakota Hudson's X-rays came back negative after he exited Thursday night's game against the Pirates due to right elbow soreness, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports.Hudson has received good news so far, though he'll likely be re-evaluated within the next few days to determine his status moving forward. His absence would be a big blow to the St. Louis Cardinals, as he owns a 2.77 ERA and 1.00 WHIP with 31 strikeouts over 37 frames so far this year.

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      Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Exits early with injury

      Dakota Hudson left Thursday's game against the Pirates due to right elbow tightness, Kevin Gorman of TribLive.com reports.Hudson made it through two scoreless innings before being removed from the contest. He'll likely undergo further testing before the St. Louis Cardinals release more information on the injury.

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      Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Allows one run in win

      Dakota Hudson (3-2) pitched six innings of one-run ball, allowing a hit and four walks while striking out four in a win over the Reds on Saturday.Hudson was excellent in the start, outside of allowing a run via three walks and a fielder's choice in the third inning. The lone hit against Hudson was a Joey Votto double in the sixth. The 25-year-old Hudson dropped his ERA to 2.92 with a 0.97 WHIP and 31 strikeouts in 37 innings this year. He's won three straight starts and will look to keep that hot run going Thursday in Pittsburgh.

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      Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Good enough to win

      Dakota Hudson (2-2) gave up three runs on five hits and two walks over five innings in a win over the Cubs on Sunday. He struck out four.The runs against Hudson came early, as Anthony Rizzo hit a solo shot in the first and Jason Kipnis added a two-run blast in the second. Hudson finished with 101 pitches (57 strikes) in a somewhat inefficient effort. The right-hander has a 3.19 ERA, 1.00 WHIP and 27:9 K:BB across six starts spanning 31 innings. Hudson's next start is expected to be Friday versus the Reds.