|Hudson, D (W, 3-2)||7.0||4||0||0||2||10||0||6.56|
59 of his 93 pitches were strikes
UPDATE: Here’s BA’s JJ Cooper:
The White Sox’s top pitching prospect faced few speed bumps on his way from low Class A to the majors in 2009. He came into the season as a serious candidate for the White Sox’s fifth-starter’s job, but he struggled to get on track after the disappointment of failing to make the big league roster. Hudson failed to make it out of the sixth inning in any of his first four starts, and his April 27th start was the worst of his pro career—he allowed eight hits and nine runs in only one inning of work.