FOX Sports South checks in with play-by-play announcer Chip Caray to get the latest on the Braves.
FOX SPORTS SOUTH: Tim Hudson was lost to a gruesome ankle injury on Wednesday against the Mets. What does his loss mean to this team, not only as a pitcher, but also as that veteran presence in the clubhouse?
CHIP CARAY: All those things are very, very important. But obviously you know about his performances: he's never had a losing season in the major leagues and he's a veteran guy that has been through playoff battles before.
From an experience standpoint, that's a huge loss. This is a club that has expectations of not just getting to the playoffs but advancing deep and hopefully winning the World Series and now your rotation has exactly zero games -- outside of Kris Medlen in last year's Wild Card Game -- of playoff pitching experience.
That's really difficult to overcome. It's one thing to say guys have an awful amount of talent but you never know how guys are going to react, ...