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Topic - Tim Hudson
A 7-1 loss to the Giants on Thursday kept Washington from completing a sweep, but the Nationals still end up taking three of four in the series from San Francisco.
Tim Hudson still refuses to take credit for his quick start to the season.
Lance Lynn got off to a slow start in his shortest outing of the season.
Tim Hudson handled the Chicago Cubs the way he has most hitters this season.
After a broken right ankle with Atlanta last year threatened to end his career, Tim Hudson has emerged as one of baseball's best and most surprising offseason additions.
One of the items on Tim Hudson's baseball bucket list is a win at Coors Field.
Giants right-hander Tim Hudson will miss his next start because of a strained left hip.
A day of emotional momentum swings for the Los Angeles Dodgers ended with their closer matching his San Francisco Giants counterpart pitch for pitch - not what manager Don Mattingly had in mind this time.
Pablo Sandoval moved into the cleanup spot and broke out of his slump.
Buster Posey tagged Starling Marte and headed to the dugout to prepare for extra innings.
Expanded instant replay has a new fan in Starling Marte.
Bud Black has a pretty good idea why the San Diego Padres are off to another slow start. The veteran manager also knows it will get a lot rougher for his ballclub if things don't change soon.
It didn't take Tim Hudson very long to establish himself as the ace of the San Francisco Giants' rotation.
Giants slugger Michael Morse received a couple of batting tips from home run king Barry Bonds during spring training.
Nick Swisher has had some success in limited at-bats against his former teammate Tim Hudson. He did again Friday night, though the rest of his Cleveland teammates were not as fortunate.
"If you're a true baseball fan, you embrace and you enjoy pitchers' duels," Hudson said. "The 1-0 games, the 2-1 games, the well-pitched games that are played without physical errors."
"It may sway a little bit more toward the hitter because pitchers are going to wear down once you start getting innings under your belt," he said.