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Tim Hudson will not pitch again during the 2013 season but the right-hander believes he will be ready to go for the start of 2014.
Hudson, 38, expects to be healthy by late November or December.
Hudson on being ready for spring training: “We’re looking at being totally healed from this thing at the end of Nov or beginning of Dec.”
— MLB Network Radio (@MLBNetworkRadio) August 14, 2013
Out for the season after undergoing ankle surgery in late July, Hudson will almost certainly have to settle for a one-year deal with incentives.
The injury occurred when New York Mets outfielder Eric Young stepped on Hudson’s foot on a play at first base. Since losing Hudson the Atlanta Braves have relied on Alex Wood and a returning Brandon Beachy to fill out their rotation.
Prior to the ankle injury Hudson had made 21 starts with a 3.97 ERA and a 1.19 WHIP. Hudson has been a member of the Braves for the last nine seasons after spending his first six seasons with the Oakland Athletics.
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Dan Uggla opted to undergo LASIK surgery with the Braves firmly in control of the NL East. The Braves called up Tyler Pastornicky to occupy second base during Uggla’s absence but after a collision on Wednesdays his status is up in the air.
Pastornicky collided with outfielder Jason Heyward on a pop fly with one out in the third inning of the Braves...
ATLANTA -- Taking three cuts as the Braves rode Chris Johnson's two-run home runs and Kris Medlen's arm and bat to a 3-1 victory over the Phillies Tuesday at Turner Field.
1. Medlen most certainly has his swagger back
With a 14 12-game lead in the National League East, the last thing the rest of baseball wants to see is the Braves getting even better. But with Kris Medlen...
The Atlanta Braves recently recalled infielder Tyler Pastornicky to fill the roster spot left vacant by second baseman Dan Uggla,
who’s away from the team to undergo LASIK eye surgery. It now appears the
Braves could be forced to find someone to fill in for Pastornicky, as the
youngster was forced to exit last night’s game against the Philadelphia
Phillies after sustaining...
The Atlanta Braves have lost several late-inning relievers this year, most to season-ending injuries, including Eric O'Flaherty and Jonny Venters. Luckily for Atlanta, this isn't the case with right-hander Jordan Walden, who's set to return from his thumb injury on Friday, according to Eric Single of MLB.com.
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Don’t look now, but Jason Heyward is back to having a quality season at the dish. He is not running like we saw last year and his power numbers are down, but his overall offensive performance is up and he is improving in the right areas.
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Following yet another rain delay, the Braves jumped all over the Phillies and coasted to a 6-3 win Wednesday night. Here are three observations from the game:
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Authorities identified a fan who died after falling more than 60 feet from an upper-level platform at Atlanta's Turner Field as a 29-year-old man.
The Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office early Tuesday identified the man as Ronald Homer of Conyers, Ga., and said an autopsy was planned for Tuesday.
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1. Julio Teheran might only regret two pitches from this night ... against the Phillies' weakest two hitters (on paper)
In the third inning, Philly pitcher Cole Hamels strode to the plate with one out, apparently set on raking Teheran's first...
Saw this on the ESPN ticker while drinking last night. It's now been confirmed as real:
Dan Uggla is on the DL after having Lasik surgery that the Braves wanted him to have in the spring.
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A 30-year old lifelong Braves fan fell 65 feet to his death last night during a rain delay at Turner Field. Police have ruled out foul play in the death of Ronald Lee Homer Jr. The accident happened right at the end of a two-hour rain delay in a game between the Philadelphia Phillies and the Atlanta Braves. Sadly, he had just finished a cell phone conversation with his mother before...
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The Braves have won two straight and 17 of 19 to lead the majors with a .612 winning percentage.
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Philadelphia Phillies (53-66) vs Atlanta Braves (73-47)
John Lannan (3-5, 4.81) vs Brandon Beachy (1-0, 5.00)
Time: 7:10, Turner Field
Weather: 73, cloudy, chance of later thunderstorms
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The Phils look to win the series from the first-place Braves in Atlanta. This one looks like it will start right around 9:00 PM tonight.