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third most all-time. 4. 2007: Jonathan Papelbon fans a pair to record hold After a leadoff walk, Papelbon whiffed Orlando Hudson and Aaron Rowand and got Freddy Sanchez to fly out to center in the eighth inning of a 5-4 win for the junior circuit
9): .125/.111/.125, 1 RBI, 4 strikeouts Gordon Beckham (5): .200/.200/.800, 1 HR, 2 RBIs Orlando Hudson (3): .333/.333/.333, 1 strikeout Alejandro De Aza (1): .000/.000/.000 Red Sox vs. Quintana
league glimpse to his new club on Monday. He made one noteworthy mistake, leaving a fastball over the plate that Orlando Hudson belted for a three-run homer in the sixth inning. Aside from that, however, he was impressive, touching 96 mph on the
possibility in discussing Lester’s outing with CSNNE . “With the stolen base threat of [Denard] Span, [ Orlando ] Hudson and [Nick] Punto,” said Farrell, “he tried to speed up and give Victor [Martinez] a chance to throw the ball
mark was .434, a mark that was better suited to middle infielders (Craig Biggio, Freddy Sanchez, Todd Walker, Orlando Hudson , Mark Ellis, Brian Roberts and Placido Polanco all had slugging marks between .430 and .440 during that four-year span) than a corner. He averaged
extremely weak beyond Scutaro, there would appear to be a greater wealth of palatable options at second base, including Orlando Hudson , Placido Polanco , Felipe Lopez , Adam Kennedy and Craig Counsell . None of those players would require the Sox to sacrifice a
our offense.” Drew seemed like he had a shot at joining the odd trend of recording cycles. Already this week, Orlando Hudson , Ian Kinsler and Jason Kubel have amassed a single, double, triple and homer in the same game. After a third-inning homer and
3 RBIs, 2 strikeouts Gordon Beckham (12): .182/.250/.455, 1 home run, 1 RBI, 1 walk, 1 strikeout Orlando Hudson (7): .143/.143/.143, 2 strikeouts Adam Dunn (6): .000/.333/.000, 2 walks, 1 strikeout Dayan
June 24. He will face former high school rival Aaron Cook. Cook will get something of a break, as the struggling Orlando Hudson -- who has a .415 average and .510 OBP against the sinkerballer in 49 career plate appearances -- is not in the
Charlotte, where he was 6-1 with a 2.27 ERA in 15 starts as a full-time starter. White Sox vs. Cook (RHP) Orlando Hudson (49 plate appearances): .415 BA/.510 OBP/.463 SLG, 2 doubles, 5 RBIs, 7 walks, 4 strikeouts Adam Dunn
It’s baseball. If you were the GM, if I was the GM, I’d make the same trade.” – White Sox infielder Orlando Hudson . “Adding a nice piece there, and kind of giving that statement to our fans and to our team, ‘We’re in this
deal. The White Sox have a significant need at third base, with Brent Morel out indefinitely with a back injury and Orlando Hudson struggling in Morel's absence. The Brewers and Indians have also scouted Youkilis, who is batting .225 with four
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