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Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Shaky outing in no-decision

Hudson didn't factor into the decision after allowing four runs on five hits and two walks across 4.2 innings during Thursday's 7-6 loss to the Mets. He struck out two. Hudson struggled out of the gate, allowing two runs in the first, but he was able to settle down over the next three innings. However, the Mets offense got going again in the fifth, ultimately chasing Hudson before he could get out of the inning. His next start is tentatively scheduled for next Thursday against Milwaukee.
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Fantasy Baseball Week 5 Preview: Top 10 sleeper pitchers include Drew Rasmussen, Dakota Hudson

If you're into streaming pitchers or simply have a hole to fill in your lineup, Scott White has 10 recommendations for the upcoming scoring period, all rostered in less than 80 percent of CBS Sports leagues. They're no substitute for some of the universally rostered pitchers, of course, but they're the best you'll be able to do off the waiver wire.
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Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Hurls six scoreless, one-hit frames

Hudson (2-1) earned the win over Arizona on Thursday, pitching six scoreless innings during which he allowed one hit and three walks while striking out four. Hudson's control was shaky in the outing, as he threw only 46 of 84 pitches for strikes. However, the right-hander made up for his three free passes by allowing only one hit and keeping the Diamondbacks off the scoreboard for six innings. This was Hudson's second straight impressive win, and he has hurled 12.2 scoreless frames, during which he has allowed just three hits but issued seven walks, over his past two appearances. The walks may catch up to him eventually, but for now Hudson is rolling, and he'll look to keep the momentum going when he faces Kansas City next week.
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Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Takes loss versus Brewers

Hudson (0-1) allowed four runs (three earned) on three hits in two walks in three innings, taking the loss Sunday versus the Brewers. He struck out two. The Brewers did most of their damage in the first inning, plating three runs. Albert Pujols tied the game with a three-run home run in the third, but Hudson got back into trouble in the fourth. T.J. McFarland then allowed an inherited runner to score the tiebreaking run, which left Hudson with the loss when the Cardinals failed to pull even again. The right-hander has been shaky through two starts, allowing seven runs (six earned) in seven innings with a 6:2 K:BB. He lines up to make his next start versus the Reds next weekend.
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Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Next start coming Sunday

Manager Oliver Marmol said Hudson will make his second start of the season Sunday in Milwaukee, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports. Hudson looked as though he might miss out on a two-start week after the Cardinals' game Wednesday against the Royals was rained out, but he'll remain on his normal four days' rest to take the hill Sunday after Marmol opted to push No. 5 starter Jordan Hicks back in the pitching schedule. The 27-year-old righty will be looking for better results in Milwaukee after taking a no-decision in his season debut against Kansas City on Tuesday. Hudson worked four innings in the Cardinals' 6-5 win, giving up three earned runs on five hits and no walks while striking out four.
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Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Confirmed to start Tuesday

The Cardinals will push Hudson back one day in the pitching schedule and have him start Tuesday against the Royals after Monday's series finale with the Pirates was postponed due to inclement weather in St. Louis, Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. As a result of the rainout,...
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Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Pitches well Friday

Hudson (1-0) allowed two runs on four hits while striking out three over 3.2 innings as he picked up the win over the Cubs on Friday. Hudson made his first appearance this season after spending time recovering from the Tommy John surgery he had last September. He piggybacked Jack Flaherty in the twin bill of Friday's doubleheader and likely entered earlier than he anticipated after Flaherty was only able to record a single out before getting pulled. Regardless, Hudson looked solid after not pitching in a live game for over a year. The 26-year-old allowed a run in the third and fifth innings but otherwise held the Cubs in check, throwing 61 pitches and 41 for strikes. It's unclear what the Cardinals have in store for him moving forward, but he'll likely continue to follow Flaherty as the two figure to keep working in a tandem to close out the year.
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Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Could be on verge of activation

Hudson (elbow) was pulled from his scheduled rehab start at Triple-A Memphis on Wednesday due to the possibility of a looming activation from the injured list, the team's official site reports. The Cardinals are playing a total of five games from Thursday through Sunday, and manager Mike Shildt wanted to...
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Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Throws five rehab innings again

Hudson (elbow) started Triple-A Memphis' win over Louisville on Friday, allowing two runs (one earned) on two hits and three walks over five innings. He struck out two. The recovering right-hander was encouragingly able to log five frames for the second straight rehab start, accomplishing the feat against Triple-A bats on this occasion after making his prior appearance for Double-A Springfield. Hudson worked all the way up to 68 pitches, and although he only got 36 into the strike zone, the way his arm has responded to a higher workload is encouraging. Hudson may be deemed ready for activation in the next few days, and given the way he's been stretched out, he should be able to handle a long-relief role.
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Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Making another rehab start Friday

Hudson (elbow) will make a rehab start with Triple-A Memphis on Friday, Jim Hayes of Bally Sports Midwest reports. Hudson has already made four rehab starts in the minors, and he allowed one run on two hits with three strikeouts and two walks over five innings during his last outing Sunday. The 26-year-old is expected to fill a relief role upon his activation from the injured list, but he clearly stretched out as a starter during the rehab stint and could be in the mix for a spot start down the stretch, especially with a doubleheader against the Cubs scheduled for Sept. 24.
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