Daniel Hudson

Daniel Hudson Fantasy

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Height / Weight
6' 3" / 225 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
3/9/1987 (33)
Old Dominion

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Daniel Hudson News

Daniel Hudson Makes Spring Debut

Washington Nationals relief pitcher Daniel Hudson made his 2020 spring training debut on Monday, one day after team closer Sean Doolittle. Hudson allowed three runs. The team is now waiting on Will Harris to complete the spring debuts of their main bullpen trio; Harris, who has a minor abdominal injury, should throw a bullpen session the coming weekend. Hudson saved four games for the world champion Nationals last postseason. He posted a 2.47 ERA with Toronto and Washington in the regular season despite a more than double 5.08 xFIP. Nonetheless, should Doolittle falter as closer, either Hudson or Harris will be next in line for saves in D.C. Wait until that happens before putting any fantasy value on Hudson.

over 2 months ago
Nationals Bringing Back Daniel Hudson

The Washington Nationals are finalizing a two-year deal to re-sign relief pitcher Daniel Hudson on Monday, according to sources familiar with the agreement. Hudson was excellent for the Nationals after coming over from the Blue Jays in 2019, going 3-0 with a 1.44 ERA, 0.88 WHIP, six saves and 8.3 K/9 in 25 innings down the stretch. He recorded the last out to help Washington beat the Astros in Game 7 of the World Series. Hudson really stepped up in the late innings to close out the season, but he'll likely be a setup arm in the eighth inning ahead of Sean Doolittle if Doolittle is healthy in 2020.

4 months ago
Daniel Hudson Placed On Paternity List

Washington Nationals relief pitcher Daniel Hudson was placed on the postseason paternity list on Friday. As a result, Wander Suero will be on the team's roster to start the National League Championship Series against the Cardinals. Hudson could miss anywhere from one to three games in this series. The right-hander had been serving as the Nats closer of late, so this could have a profound effect on the late innings early in the series. The most likely direction Washington goes in is to use left-hander Sean Doolittle for any save chances in the ninth inning while Hudson is away. The Nationals bullpen was one of the most shaky in the National League all season, though, so this is bad news.

over 6 months ago