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Daniel Hudson Stats

Career stats
Year
Team
GP
CG
ER
SO
W
L
Sv
WHIP
ERA
2021
Padres
23
0
11
27
1
2
0
1.37
5.21
2021
Nationals
31
0
8
48
4
1
0
0.92
2.20
2020
Nationals
21
0
14
28
3
2
10
1.26
6.10
2019
Nationals
24
0
4
23
3
0
6
0.88
1.44
2019
Blue Jays
45
0
16
48
6
3
2
1.27
3.00
2018
Dodgers
40
0
21
44
3
2
0
1.22
4.11
2017
Pirates
71
0
30
66
2
7
0
1.46
4.38
2016
Diamondbacks
70
0
35
58
3
2
5
1.44
5.22
2015
Diamondbacks
64
0
29
71
4
3
4
1.32
3.86
2014
Diamondbacks
3
0
4
2
0
1
0
1.50
13.50
2012
Diamondbacks
9
0
37
37
3
2
0
1.63
7.35
2011
Diamondbacks
33
3
86
169
16
12
0
1.20
3.49
2010
Diamondbacks
11
0
15
70
7
1
0
0.84
1.69
2010
White Sox
3
0
11
14
1
1
0
1.79
6.32
2009
White Sox
6
0
7
14
1
1
0
1.34
3.38
Career
454
3
328
719
57
40
27
1.24
3.86

Daniel Hudson’s Net Worth

Daniel Hudson has an estimated net worth of $1 million to $5 million




Daniel Hudson Bio

Daniel Claiborne Hudson is a Major League Baseball pitcher who currently pitches for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Hudson was selected in the fifth round of the 2008 MLB draft by the Chicago White Sox.

For the White Sox, he made his MLB debut in 2009; he has also played for the Arizona Diamondbacks, Pittsburgh Pirates, Toronto Blue Jays, Washington Nationals, and San Diego Padres in the past decade.



The Nationals won their first championship in team history thanks to Hudson’s Game 7 save in the 2019 World Series.

Daniel Hudson Awards

World Series champion (2019)

Silver Slugger Award (2011)

2010 Rookie of the Month Award (August)
2011 MLB Player of the Week Award
2011 The Silver Slugger Award (National League)

Daniel Hudson Scout Reports

 

After three innings, Hudson’s four-seam fastball (91-93 MPH, but 89-90 MPH after that) dropped to 89-90 MPH, followed by a two-seam fastball (86-87) and a changeup (82 MPH) (81-82, but can subtract more into the 78 MPH range).

Even though he’s faced 10 left-handed batters this year, he has yet to throw a slider to one of them. Against right-handed batters, he’s considerably more evenly distributed, and his pitch mix appears to be about league average.

A little arm-side run, but no sink, can be seen on his fastball (blue line; 94.0 mph). Assuming he can maintain 94 MPH velocity for the course of a start, I wouldn’t expect him to do so. So, based on the prior scouting report, I believe the 91-93 MPH estimate is correct.

There is a nice amount of sink and arm-side run in his change-up (orange line; 83.9 MPH). This appears to be his finest of the three pitches.



In addition to the diving action he gets on it, this pitch has an extremely tight release point in comparison to his fastball.

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