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2022 Pitching

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Regular Season 1 3 3.38 13 3 1.13

Top Daniel Hudson News

  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Falters again Thursday

    Hudson (1-3) took the loss against Philadelphia on Thursday, allowing two runs on two hits and one walk while striking out one over one inning.

    The Dodgers stormed back from a 7-3 deficit by scoring four runs in the eighth inning, and they handed the ball to Hudson with hopes that he could keep the score tied in the top of the ninth. However, the veteran reliever was touched for a pair of runs that resulted in his second loss in as many days. There was some bad luck involved for the right-hander -- the first two batters who reached base didn't get the ball out of the infield -- but Hudson also hurt himself with a bases-loaded wild pitch. Despite the hiccup, he has been one of the Dodgers' best bullpen arms on the season, compiling a 3.38 ERA, 1.13 WHIP, 13:3 K:BB and five holds over 10.2 innings.

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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Takes loss Wednesday

    Hudson (1-2) was tagged with the loss Wednesday against Pittsburgh as a result of allowing one run on three hits over one inning. He struck out one batter.

    After the Dodgers scored three runs in the top of the seventh to tie the game, they turned to the usually reliable Hudson in the bottom of the frame. The right-hander was unable to keep the score knotted, as he served up a one-out, solo home run to Daniel Vogelbach. The Pirates' following two batters reached base as well, but Hudson was able to induce an inning-ending double play on a lineout to escape further damage. This was only the second time in Hudson's 10 outings the season that he has been tagged with a run. He carries a 1.86 ERA, 0.93 WHIP and 12:2 K:BB across 9.2 innings.

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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Notches first save

    Hudson saved Saturday's 5-2 win against Cincinnati, recording one strikeout in two-thirds of an inning.

    Los Angeles held a 5-0 lead entering the ninth inning, but the bullpen surrendered two runs before Hudson was brought in to shut the door on the victory. The 35-year-old got the opportunity with Craig Kimbrel having pitched the previous night, though he would stand to gain significant traction if Kimbrel were to falter.

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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Fans three, earns hold

    Hudson pitched a perfect inning against the Rockies on Friday, allowing one hit and striking out three to notch a hold.

    With the Dodgers up late, manager Dave Roberts elected to go to Blake Treinen in the seventh inning and Hudson in the eighth before bringing in Craig Kimbrel to shut things down in the ninth. Hudson impressed in his frame, throwing 12 of 18 pitches for strikes and punching out the side. Treinen was perhaps even more impressive by retiring all three batters he faced on only five pitches, while Kimbrel was shaky but picked up the save. The Treinen-Hudson combination in the seventh and eighth innings -- though not necessarily in that order -- figures to be a common one for Los Angeles this season, so both relievers should have ample opportunity to rack up holds along with the occasional win and save.

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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Could get saves for Dodgers

    Hudson could be a source of saves this season with Blake Treinen and the team openly embracing the idea of Treinen being used to get the highest-leverage outs, regardless of which inning he pitches.

    Treinen is the team's best reliever, so he will naturally get some saves, wins and holds, but he is unlikely to push for 30 saves and he may not even lead the team in saves. With 27 career saves to his name, Hudson is as well positioned as anyone to get the ball in the ninth inning when Treinen has already been used earlier in the game.

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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Joining Dodgers

    Hudson agreed to a one-year, $7 million contract with the Dodgers on Monday, Mark Feinsand of MLB.com reports.

    Hudson split 2021 between San Diego and Washington and had a 3.31 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and 75:16 K:BB across 51.2 innings with 17 holds. The closer's role is up for grabs with Kenley Jansen now a free agent, and Hudson should fill a high-leverage role for the Dodgers alongside Blake Treinen.

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  • Padres' Daniel Hudson: Secures first hold as Padre

    Hudson earned a hold against Arizona on Sunday, pitching a scoreless inning during which he gave up one hit and struck out one batter.

    The Padres won the contest 8-2 but held only a two-run lead when Hudson entered in the seventh inning. The right-hander gave up a Josh Rojas double but otherwise kept the Diamondbacks in check. Since a rough debut for San Diego on Aug. 11, Hudson has turned things around with two scoreless innings in which he has struck out three batters.

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  • Padres' Daniel Hudson: Ineffective in Padres debut

    Hudson allowed one run on two hits and two walks without retiring a batter Wednesday versus the Marlins.

    The right-hander is expected to eventually fill a high-leverage role in the Padres' bullpen, but he was brought in with San Diego down 6-0 in the eighth inning Wednesday. Hudson gave up a pair of hits to lead off the frame, then followed with a pair of walks to force in a run. His final line could have looked much worse, but Miguel Diaz inherited the bases-loaded, no-outs situation and managed to emerge from the frame without allowing another run. Hudson's shaky performance can perhaps partly be attributed to a layoff that lasted over two weeks, but San Diego may need him to turn things around quickly with top setup man Drew Pomeranz (forearm) placed on the 10-day IL on Wednesday.

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  • Padres' Daniel Hudson: Returns from COVID-19 IL

    The Padres reinstated Hudson from the COVID-19 injured list Wednesday, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

    San Diego will swap one high-leverage reliever in for another on the active roster, as Drew Pomeranz (forearm) was moved to the IL in a corresponding move. Before landing on the IL and being shipped to San Diego ahead of the trade deadline, Hudson had worked as the top setup man to Brad Hand in Washington, recording 15 holds while posting a 2.20 ERA, 0.92 WHIP and 48:7 K:BB in 32.2 innings. Now that he's cleared COVID-19 protocols, Hudson should quickly emerge as a key part of the late-inning bridge to San Diego closer Mark Melancon.

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  • Padres' Daniel Hudson: On brink of return

    Hudson (COVID-19 protocols) will likely be activated Wednesday or Thursday, per the Associated Press.

    The Padres acquired Hudson from Washington on July 29, but he has been unable to pitch for San Diego while waiting to clear COVID-19 protocols. The right-hander threw live batting practice to five hitters Monday and appears to be only a day or two away from a return. When Hudson is activated, he figures to immediately slot in near the top of the team's bullpen hierarchy, joining Drew Pomeranz and Emilio Pagan as the primary bridges to closer Mark Melancon.

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  • Padres' Daniel Hudson: Tosses live BP

    Hudson (COVID-19 protocols) threw live batting practice Monday, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports.

    Hudson threw a light bullpen session Saturday, and he took another step in his recovery by facing hitters Monday. The right-hander has been on the COVID-19 injured list since July 29 but is close to returning to game action. Hudson was traded from the Nationals to the Padres ahead of the trade deadline and will have a prominent role in the bullpen once he makes his team debut.

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  • Padres' Daniel Hudson: Tosses light bullpen

    Hudson (COVID-19 protocols) joined the Padres at Petco Park on Saturday and threw a light bullpen session, per MLB.com.

    Hudson remains on the COVID-19-related injured list, but it appears that he could be close to a return. The right-handed reliever was traded to San Diego on July 29 -- the same day he was placed on the IL. He has yet to pitch for his new team but could have a prominent role in the Padres' bullpen once activated. Hudson registered a 2.20 ERA, 0.92 WHIP and 48:7 K:BB across 32.2 innings during his time with the Nationals this season.

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  • Nationals' Daniel Hudson: Placed on injured list

    Hudson was placed on the COVID-19 injured list Thursday, Bob Nightengale of USA Today reports.

    It's not yet clear whether Hudson has tested positive for COVID-19 or whether he's deemed a close contact, but he'll be one of four Nationals who are unavailable due to the league's health and safety protocols. Wander Suero could step into a high-leverage role while the right-hander is on the injured list.

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  • Padres' Daniel Hudson: Heading to San Diego

    Hudson (COVID-19 protocols) will be traded from the Nationals to the Padres on Thursday in exchange for Jordy Barley and Mason Thompson, Jesse Dougherty of The Washington Post reports.

    Hudson was placed on the COVID-19 injured list Thursday, though it's unclear whether he tested positive or was a close contact. Whenever he is able to return to the mound, he should fill a familiar setup role in San Diego with Mark Melancon entrenched as the closer. Hudson has had a strong campaign, delivering a 2.20 ERA and 0.92 WHIP with 48 strikeouts across 32.2 innings while recording 15 holds.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-3, 225 lbs
Birthplace: Lynchburg, VA
Age: 35
Experience: 11
Bats/Throws: R, R