It's a safe bet that the last person the struggling Diamondbacks' offense wants to see right now is Tim Hudson, who has dominated the club throughout his career. Although aside from the series opener, the Braves have had a tough time scoring runs recently as well.
Hudson looks to remain unbeaten against the D-backs as the visiting Braves hope to avoid a fifth defeat in six games Wednesday night.
Atlanta (22-17) began the season 12-1 but has since gone 10-16, with a lack of offense contributing to its most recent slide. It was shut out for the sixth time -- tied with Miami for the most in the majors -- and mustered only four hits in Tuesday's 2-0 defeat.
The Braves appeared to bust out of their slump as former Diamondback Justin Upton homered in Monday's 10-1 victory, though they reverted back to their light-hitting ways and scored fewer than three runs for the fourth time in five games.
Andrelton Simmons' eighth-inning single snapped a 0-for-21 slump Tuesday, but Atlanta was sh...