Timothy Adam Hudson was born on July 14, 1975 in Columbus, Georgia.

Tim is 6’1” tall, weighs 170 pounds, and bats and throws right.

High SchoolTim attended Glenwood School in Phenix City, Alabama. In his senior season, he led the team to the 1993 AISA state championship. He finished his high school career with a 12-1 record and a 1.78 ERA.

Team Atlanta Braves Atlanta Braves
Position Pitcher
Born Jul 14, 1975
Nationality United States United States
Team History
Atlanta Braves Atlanta Braves 2005 - present
Oakland Athletics Oakland Athletics 1999 - 2004

Junior CollegeDespite his record, Tim was considered undersized by scouts, at 6’0 tall and 160 pounds, and was not drafted. He also was not offered a scholarship to a major college, so he decided to attend a local two year college, Chattahoochee Valley Community College (CVCC). There, In 1994, his freshman year at CVCC, he earned First-team All American honors while leading his team to the AJCCC Division II championship. He also lead the CVCC team in batting average (.385), home runs ((9), RBI (42), wins (10-2), strikeouts (76), and was second on the team with a 2.76 ERA.

As a sophomore, he was named Second-team All American and set a school and conference record with 117 strikeouts which also lead the nation. As a hitter, Hudson batted .345 with 5 home runs, and 29 RBI. His sophomore season ERA of 1.95 was the team and conference best

CollegeTim played his last two years of college eligibility at Auburn University. In 1997, he played in all 65 games for the Tigers - either pitching or playing outfield. That season, he hit .396 with 18 home runs and 95 RBI. As a pitcher, he finished 15-2 with a 2.97 ERA to earn SEC Player of the Year and consensus All-American honors.

Major LeaguesTim was drafted by the Oakland As in the 6th round of the 1997 amateur draft.

In his rookie season, Tim had an 11-2 mark and finished 5th in the AL Rookie of the Year vote.

He became a member of Oakland’s “Big Three” pitching triumverate, along with left-handed pitchers Mark Mulder and Barry Zito.

In 2000, he posted a career-high 20 victories. In 2001: 18, 2002: 15, 2003:16 and only 12 in 2004.

Before the 2005 season, Tim was traded to the Atlanta Braves in exchange for Charles Thomas, Dan Meyer and Juan Cruz. On August 6, 2005, he won his 100th career game, defeating the St. Louis Cardinals 8-1.

Tim had a disappointing 2006 season - posting career-highs in losses (12) and ERA (4.86).

In 2007 however, he finished with a 16-10 record and a 3.33 ERA.

PersonalTim is married to the former Kim Bruner, whom he met while a student at Auburn. They have two daughters: Kennedie and Tess, and one son: Kade.

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