… White Sox manager on should have plenty of say in whether that comes to fruition. While Guillen has been impressed with Hudson thus far, he said his biggest concern is monitoring Hudson’s innings. Hudson threw 147 1/3 innings during his stints with four Minor League clubs, meaning Hudson’s biggest opportunity to make an impression may not come until next Spring Training.
“I don’t want to overuse this kid,” Guillen said. “But I think it’s great. I think, right now, our organization is moving quicker than they did in the past.”
While Hudson said he was glad to get innings as a late-season callup with the White Sox, he has set some different goals for 2010.
Hudson, for one, would like to make the Major League club out of Spring Training. And maybe actually stick around for a while in Chicago as a more permanent resident.
“Hopefully,” Hudson said. “We’ll see what happens. This game will humble you really quick. You could go out there and be lights-out one time and then go three straight starts and just get lit up. I don’t want to have anything too permanent because you get let down sometimes. I just want to go out there and do as well as I can and hopefully I’ll be here for good next year.”
September 14, 2009
Ozzie Guillen on Daniel Hudson
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