The Arizona Diamondbacks have reinstated Daniel Hudson from the disabled list, and the right-hander will likely work in relief in his return from two Tommy John operations.
Arizona also reinstated outfielder Cody Ross from the 15-day disabled list with a strained left calf.
Hudson has not pitched for Arizona since June 26, 2012, when he tore the ulnar collateral ligament in his...
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September 02, 2014
OFFICIAL: #Dbacks reinstate outfielder Cody Ross from the 15-day DL and pitcher Daniel Hudson from the 60-day DL.
— Arizona Diamondbacks (@Dbacks) September 1, 2014
Daniel Hudson will finally pitch in a big league game again. If that doesn’t get D-backs fans excited, I don’t know what will.
The Diamondbacks have reinstated RHP Daniel Hudson and OF Cody Ross from the DL today...
Ladies and gentleman we’ve arrived at the worst part of the sports year. There have been no professional sporting events happening since Sunday, unless you count the dreadful MLB All Star Game which was essentially three hours of Harold Reynolds spewing romantic poetry about Derek Jeter. I’m getting nauseated.
I sit here in a juror assembly room with about 200 other miserable...
PHOENIX -- For a few hours Friday, Diamondbacks pitcher Daniel Hudson thought about calling it quits.
After learning he had re-torn the ulnar collateral ligament repaired via Tommy John surgery last July, Hudson was "50-50" between retiring and going through the rehab process again, but ultimately, he decided he had no choice but to work his way back again.
The Diamondbacks confirmed Friday that right-hander Daniel Hudson, while rehabbing at Double-A Mobile in hopes of returning to the team soon following elbow ligament surgery last year, re-tore the same ligament during a start earlier this week.
Hudson originally tore the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow in a start last July and underwent Tommy John surgery. He rehabbed...
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...
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...
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.
PHOENIX Daniel Hudson did more than throw 30 pitches in a bullpen session Tuesday. He threw off some nagging doubts.
Hudson pitched from a mound for the first time in 19 days at Chase Field in early afternoon, and the results were encouraging, helping to allay the natural questions and fears confronted by any pitcher with an arm injury.
"The biggest step where you are dealing...
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- By most measures, Diamondbacks starting pitcher Daniel Hudson had a tremendous 2011 season. That does not, however, preclude him from tweaking a few things in 2012.
With sights on an even better season, Hudson is working out a few kinks in his game that could make him an even more potent presence in the D-backs' rotation.
Hudson went 16-12 with a 3.49 ERA...