ATLANTA Following Tuesday's Braves game against the Nationals, there were plenty of questions concerning future opinions, especially those of how baseball voters would view the career of Tim Hudson. The 37-year-old veteran had just won his 200th game in memorable fashion: pitching seven innings of one-run ball to go along with his third career home run.
But how should his career numbers be evaluated?
Is he a Hall of Fame candidate or just a really, really good pitcher with an impressive resume. Judging by last year's class of candidates, none of which got into Cooperstown, it's tough to decide. Though he's never posted a losing season (and remained relatively healthy), Hudson has never won a Cy Young or a World Series. That's a tough hurdle when going against the likes of Jack Morris, Curt Schilling and others still waiting to hear their names called.
Braves Radio Network reporter Kevin McAlpin joins the Chopcast team Zach Dillard, Cory McCartney and Jay Clemons in studio to d...