TIM HUDSON RUMORS & GOSSIP
There’s no question the San Francisco Giants are in a rebuilding season, looking to strengthen their roster on both sides of the ball. San Francisco had their heart set on utility player Ben Zobrist who was traded to the Oakland Athletics earlier this week, bringing the Giants back to square one.
In recent events, the Giants have looked at the New York Mets’ Dillon Gee as a possible...
Tim Hudson. Photo Credit: Getty Images.Eric
San Francisco Giants’ pitcher Tim Hudson underwent ankle surgery for which the recovery time is approximately two months, so it is likely that the veteran starter won’t be ready for the start of spring training.
He is, however, expected to be ready to go on Opening Day. Of course, it’s likely he will not start that game as the Giants’...
SAN FRANCISCO -- Giants right-hander Tim Hudson has undergone surgery to remove bone spurs from his right ankle, the same one he injured during the 2013 season with Atlanta that sidelined him for the final two months.
The expected recovery is eight weeks, and the defending World Series champions expect him to be ready by Opening Day.
Hudson hopes it's much sooner -- sometime during...
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25 days ago
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Giants right-hander Tim Hudson has undergone surgery to remove bone spurs from his right ankle, the same one he injured during the 2013 season with Atlanta that sidelined him for the final two months.
San Francisco assistant general manager Bobby Evans said Tuesday that Hudson had the procedure Friday. The 39-year-old pitcher has said the 2015 season might be...
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25 days ago
The San Francisco Giants haven’t made any notable offseason moves as of yet, but it’s still early in the game for a team with serious needs- especially after losing star Pablo Sandoval. Jon Lester is set to meet with the World Series champions later this week, and such a move makes absolute sense for both parties. Lester would fit in nicely with an organization similar to the...
Tim Hudson made his first career World Series start on Friday, and he spent the day just like most of us average Joe’s do: tweaking his fantasy football roster. According to Hudson’s wife, Kim, who was interviewed during Game 3 of the World Series, the family tried to treat the day like any other. For...Read More
San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Tim Hudson enjoyed years of success with the Oakland Athletics and Atlanta Braves before joining his new team this past spring. He made eight trips to the postseason and earned five division titles. Despite all this success, Hudson did not make it out of the divisional round of the playoffs a single time in his stops with both the A’s and Braves...
Tim Hudson knows the Washington Nationals have enough talent on their roster to be worthy of a postseason spot, but the San Francisco Giants pitcher seems to think his team has an advantage over the Nats in one specific area — male anatomy. After the Giants dominated the Pittsburgh Pirates on Wednesday night to win […]
San Francisco Giants pitcher Tim Hudson must have been feeling pretty loquacious Wednesday night. Whether it was some post-Wild Card win liquor loosening his lips or whatever, the veteran pitcher sure seemed inclined to providing some pretty provocative quotes ahead of the team’s NLDS showdown with the Washington Nationals. Hudson crudely praises fellow Giants starting […]
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After posting a 1.18 ERA and a 7-2 record in his first 13 starts for the San Francisco Giants, Tim Hudson has recorded only two wins in his 17 starts since. His struggles bring about a major dilemma for Giants’ manager Bruce Bochy down the stretch.
Hudson’s decline has been especially rapid as of late, as he is 0-3 with a massive 8.45 ERA in his past three starts.