Daniel Hudson

Daniel Hudson Fantasy

Healthy
1.271 280th
2020
4.58 436th
BB9
2020
6.86 200th
H9
2020
2.75 597th
HR9
2020
12.36 88th
SO9
2020
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Height / Weight
6' 3" / 225 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
3/9/1987 (33)
Experience
10
College
Old Dominion

Season Logs

Last 10 Games

Daniel Hudson News

Daniel Hudson Notches Eighth Save Of 2020

Washington Nationals reliever Daniel Hudson needed just one out to pick up his eighth save of the season during Monday's 6-1 win over the Tampa Bay Rays. With the bases loaded and the tying run on deck, Hudson struck out Randy Arozarena to end the threat. It has not been the prettiest year for Hudson, as evidenced by his 6.14 ERA, but he has managed to convert eight of his 11 save opportunities. He is not an elite closing option by any means, but he is a worthwhile depth reliever for fantasy managers desperate for saves.

14 days ago
Daniel Hudson Records First Save

Washington Nationals reliever Daniel Hudson got the ball in the ninth inning of Thursday's game against the Toronto Blue Jays and shut the door. Hudson picked up his first save of 2020 by throwing a scoreless inning with one hit allowed and a strikeout. Manager Dave Martinez went to Hudson instead of reliever Sean Doolittle, who was thought to be Washington's potential closer in 2020. Doolittle hadn't pitched in two days and Hudson had just pitched on Wednesday, so it sure seems like Hudson is the team's closer, at least for now. It's certainly a situation to monitor going forward.

over 1 month ago
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 6 months ago