Hudson nearing extension

A source familiar with the negotiations said Wednesday night that Tim Hudson could be just a few days away from agreeing from the three-year contract extension that the Braves have offered.

“It’s getting pretty close,” said this source, who added that there are just a few “small details” that need to be ironed out. 

While financial specifics were not revealed, it’s believed that this three-year extension will likely be worth $24-27 million. 

In the seven starts that Hudson made after returning from Tommy John surgery this year, he went 2-1 with a 3.61 ERA.  The 34-year-old right-hander allowed two earned runs or fewer in four of those seven outings. 

“He looked pretty good to me,” said a National League scout. “He looked like he was back to normal.” 

2 Comments

get it done then worry abt lowe/vazquez! huddy is still an ace, and with him and hanson and jj we wil have the best 1-2-3 punch in the game!

ok so if he signs whats gonna happen with guys like kk reyes and medlen. i think the soriano and gonzalez experiment was ok but not good enuff maybe they need to trade them to teams that need a set up man and or closer and get that big bat that can help chipper and mccann. maybe to boston nyy maybe to the cubs for the other soriano or d.lee or maybe i am just dreaming.

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