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Isn't every Little Leaguer's dream to make it to the Majors and end up on a baseball card some day?
Imagine how Arizona Diamondbacks right-hander Daniel Hudson must have felt when he saw an unflattering picture of him on his 2013 Topps baseball card.
The 26-year-old starting pitcher, about to begin his fifth season in the majors and third with the D-backs, was going through fan mail when he first noticed the card ...
... and he wasn't too pleased. Turns out the the baseball card company used a photo of Hudson moments after he tore the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow in a June 26, 2012, game at Atlanta.
Thank @toppscards for using a close up of me right after my elbow blew out! Card will be around forever as areminder! pic.twitter.com/sXI1HWzu8D
-- Daniel Hudson (@DHuddy41) March 24, 2013
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Over the weekend, injured D'Backs starter Daniel Hudson sent out a tweet voicing his displeasure over the photo Topps chose to use for his baseball card.
Baseball players tend to be a picky bunch, but Daniel Hudson may be the first to ever complain (publicly, at least) about a baseball card photo.
But don’t go calling D-Huddy high maintenance just yet, as the Diamondbacks hurler has good reason to be upset.
Hudson recently caught glimpse of his Topps baseball card and expressed his displeasure on Twitter. No, the baseball card company...
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