Though it's been seven weeks since Tim Hudson last earned a victory, he's often been deserving of a better outcome.
The 15-year veteran tries to avoid the longest winless stretch of his career as the Atlanta Braves look to halt a seven-game road losing streak to the Milwaukee Brewers on Saturday.
Hudson (4-6, 4.17 ERA) has had a rough go of late, compiling an 0-5 record and a 4.47 ERA over his last eight outings while receiving just 10 runs of support. The right-hander, whose only other winless streak to last this long was an eight-start stretch in 2002, owns a 1.57 ERA in four outings this month.
"I feel good about how I'm throwing the ball," Hudson told MLB's official website. "If I keep throwing it the way I'm throwing, the wins will come."
He allowed one run over seven innings Monday in a 2-1 walkoff victory over the New York Mets.
"Hudson did his job, he really did," manager Fredi Gonzalez said. "We can't ask any more from him."
Hudson is 4-4 with a 3.30 ERA over 10 caree...