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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
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Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
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Saves
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Strikeouts
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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Earned Run Average
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2024 0.00 0.00
2023 13.54.5 3.0 1 5 3 0.00 1.67
2022 923.7 24.3 2 3 5 30 5 2.22 0.90
3y Avg. 78.52.9 26.3 2 2 2 37 8 2.73 1.06
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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Could pitch in Korea series

    Hudson (knee) is trending toward being on the active roster for the March 20-21 series against the Padres in South Korea, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts indicated Friday that Hudson still needs to refine his execution after missing most of the last two seasons with knee issues. However, it does not appear there are any physical limitations for Hudson at this juncture. The veteran reliever is in camp as a non-roster invitee, but it sounds like the Dodgers fully intend to add him to the 26-man roster.
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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Re-signed to minors contract

    The Dodgers re-signed Hudson (knee) to a minor-league contract Wednesday, Jeff Passan of ESPN.com reports. Hudson will earn $2 million if he cracks the major-league roster in Los Angeles, and the deal also includes another $2 million in performance-based bonuses. The veteran reliever made only three big-league appearances in 2023 because of serious knee issues, but he held a 2.96 ERA and 105:21 K:BB in 76 innings between 2021-22 and is expected to carry a clean bill of health into spring training in 2024.
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  • Daniel Hudson: Becomes free agent

    The Dodgers declined Hudson's (knee) $6.5 million club option for 2024 on Sunday. Hudson missed the second half of the 2023 campaign due to a sprained MCL in his right knee. However, he aimed to return to the Dodgers' bullpen if they advanced to the NLCS, so it seems as though he's at least close to full health as he prepares for free agency.
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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Set for intrasquad appearance

    Hudson (knee) is scheduled to pitch in an intrasquad game Thursday at Dodger Stadium, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports. Hudson has been sidelined since early July because of a sprained MCL in his right knee and won't be ready for the NLDS, but he is aiming to return to the Dodgers' bullpen if they advance to the NLCS. The veteran reliever resumed facing live hitters in late September and has progressed without issue so far.
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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Won't return before NLCS

    Hudson (knee) is slated to throw live batting practice during the Dodgers' upcoming road trip and could return to game action if the team advances to the NLCS, per the Associated Press. Hudson has been out with a sprained MCL in his right knee since July 5 and has pitched in just three major-league games this season. He only recently resumed throwing to live hitters, so he still has a ways to go until he could potentially be ready for game action. The Dodgers have already wrapped up a spot in the NLDS, but Hudson won't be ready to return for that series. Should Los Angeles advance past that round, however, the veteran reliever could be added to the roster for the NLCS, which begins Oct. 16.
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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Throws to live hitters

    Hudson (knee) tossed a live bullpen session Tuesday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. This is a significant step forward for Hudson, whose previous throwing session was from the slope (not the rubber) of the bullpen mound. The veteran reliever has pitched in just three games this season, with his latest appearance with Los Angeles taking place July 5. It remains unlikely that Hudson will be able to return by the end of the campaign, though it's possible he could be an option if the Dodgers go deep into the postseason.
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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Throws in bullpen Tuesday

    Hudson (knee) threw pitches from the slope of the bullpen mound Tuesday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Hudson hasn't recovered as quickly as hoped after spraining the MCL in his right knee in early July and has been deemed by manager Dave Roberts a "longshot" to return this season. Nonetheless, the veteran reliever is continuing to throw, albeit from the slope of the mound rather than the rubber. That detail suggests that Hudson is still far away from being able to pitch in a game situation, so it's unlikely he returns in 2023, even if the Dodgers make a deep postseason run.
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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Longshot to return

    Hudson (knee) is a "longshot" to return this season, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. The Dodgers have tried to keep the door open for Hudson to return this season, though it seems as if that hope is fading. Manager Dave Roberts relayed that Hudson threw a bullpen session recently but was still dealing with soreness in his knee. It's unclear whether he could make a return for the postseason, or if a return to start 2024 is most realistic.
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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Moved to 60-day IL

    Hudson (knee) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Wednesday, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. The move was made in order to clear a spot on the 40-man roster for Tyson Miller. Hudson sprained the MCL in his right knee just before the All-Star break and now won't be eligible to return until early September.
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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Out with knee injury

    Hudson suffered a sprained MCL on his right knee during Wednesday's game against Pittsburgh, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Hudson closed out the Dodgers' win Wednesday and suffered the injury late in his outing. He returned from a torn ACL in his left knee June 30 and had turned in three scoreless outings since. Manager Dave Roberts indicated that surgery wasn't recommended at this time, but that Hudson will be out "quite some time."
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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Collects first save

    Hudson allowed a hit and two walks while striking out two over a scoreless inning to earn the save in Wednesday's 6-4 win over the Pirates. Evan Phillips had pitched three straight days, so the save chance went to Hudson, who nearly made a mess of it. He loaded the bases with no outs, only to retire Henry Davis, Carlos Santana and Jack Suwinski in order to end the threat. Hudson has covered three innings and posted a 5:3 K:BB without allowing a run since returning from a torn ACL. The right-hander figures to be part of the Dodgers' high-leverage mix in the second half of the season.
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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Tosses scoreless frame in return

    Hudson allowed one hit and struck out two batters in a scoreless inning against Kansas City on Friday. Hudson made his big-league season debut after missing three months while recovering from last June's torn ACL. The right-hander didn't show any rust in his return, throwing 11 of 14 pitches for a strike, fanning two batters and allowing just an infield single. Hudson could see high-leverage work pretty quickly given his success (2.22 ERA, 0.90 WHIP, 30:5 K:BB over 24.1 frames) with the team last season.
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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Activated off 60-day IL

    Hudson (knee) was activated off the 60-day injured list Friday, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports. Hudson will make his season debut after missing the first three months of the season while recovering from a torn ACL he suffered last June. The right-hander will likely be a high-leverage reliever for the Dodgers and could even see some save chances, but he may be eased into that role over his first few appearances.
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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Set to return Friday

    Hudson (knee) is expected to be activated from the 60-day injured list ahead of Friday's contest against the Royals, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports. Hudson has struggled with multiple setbacks as he recovered from a torn ACL suffered last June, forcing him to remain on the sidelines for the whole 2023 campaign to this point, but he now appears ready to rejoin LA's bullpen. The right-hander produced a 2.22 ERA and 0.90 WHIP with 30 strikeouts, nine holds and five saves over 24.1 innings in 25 appearances with the Dodgers in 2022 and will likely return to a high-leverage role once he's up to speed.
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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Expected to return next weekend

    Dodgers manager Dave Roberts told reporters Friday that Hudson (knee) will head to the Dodgers' spring training complex in Arizona to throw an inning on Tuesday, and if it goes well he should be activated next weekend, Matthew Moreno of DodgerBlue.com reports. Hudson has missed the entirety of the 2023 season so far, but he was able to throw in back-to-back games for Triple-A Oklahoma City this week. The veteran reliever should be a key cog for the beleaguered Los Angeles bullpen over the second half of the season.
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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Logs back-to-back rehab appearances

    Hudson (knee) pitched for Triple-A Oklahoma City on both Tuesday and Wednesday, allowing one hit and striking out two batters over two scoreless innings. Hudson has yet to pitch in the majors this season, but his ability to log game action on consecutive days is the latest sign that he's nearing a return. The veteran reliever has tallied seven total appearances in the minors since he began an extended rehab stint in early June, compiling seven scoreless frames during which he's posted a 10:1 K:BB. Hudson could make his 2023 big-league debut as soon as early next week, and he figures to move quickly into a high-leverage role for the Dodgers, who have the second-worst bullpen ERA in the majors this season at 4.88.
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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Unlikely to return this week

    Manager Dave Roberts said Sunday that Hudson (knee) could be activated during the Dodgers' road trip that begins June 27 in Colorado and runs through July 2 in Kansas City, David Vassegh of AM 570 LA Sports reports. Hudson made five rehab outings in the Arizona Complex League before recently shifting his rehab assignment to Triple-A Oklahoma City, where he's likely to make a handful of appearances before rejoining the big club. The veteran right-hander has been sidelined since he suffered a torn ACL last June, and he could move into a high-leverage role fairly quickly once activated.
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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Shifting rehab to Triple-A

    Hudson (knee) will have his rehab assignment shifted to Triple-A Oklahoma City this week, Eric Stephen of SBNation.com reports. Hudson pitched one inning apiece in three games at the Arizona Complex League and is now one step closer to a return. There's still no official timetable for his activation, though he'll need to be activated by the end of June or be returned from his rehab assignment.
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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Begins rehab assignment

    Hudson (knee) kicked off a rehab assignment with the Dodgers' Arizona Complex League team Tuesday, striking out one batter in a perfect inning. Hudson tore the ACL in his left knee in June of last year and has been slowly working his way back to action. There was some hope during spring training that the reliever could return by the end of April, but his progress has been slower than anticipated. The Dodgers have the fourth-worst bullpen ERA in the majors this season, so they could certainly use Hudson's help, especially if he can come anywhere close to his 2022 performance, which included a 2.22 ERA, 0.90 WHIP and 30:5 K:BB over 24.1 innings. According to manager Dave Roberts, the veteran right-hander is still weeks away from a return, per MLB.com, but he could ascend to a high-leverage role relatively quickly upon his activation.
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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Throwing in front of team

    Hudson (knee) has joined the Dodgers to continue his throwing program, David Vassegh of AM 570 LA Sports reports. Vassegh suggests that Hudson could be ready for activation following a few more bullpen sessions and live batting practice sessions, so perhaps he'll be allowed to skip a rehab assignment. The veteran reliever's recovery from left ACL surgery has dragged on much longer than expected, but it sounds like he might finally be trending in the right direction.
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