Hudson disputes trade rumor

Tim Hudson was caught off guard on Friday afternoon when some of his current Braves teammates informed him MLB Network’s Peter Gammons had just tweeted that Hudson had informed some former teammates that he felt he would be traded before the July 31 Trade Deadline.

Without being asked about the tweet, Hudson made a point to say he had never even discussed this possibility with any of his former teammates.

As a player with 10 years of Major League experience, including five consecutive with his current club, Hudson has the right to veto any potential trade.  With this in mind, the veteran hurler, who will turn 38 next weekend, has no desire to play for any team other than the Braves until his contract runs out at the end of this year.

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PETER GAMMONS KNOWS ABOUT AS MUCH ABOUT THE BRAVES and what they are going to do come the trade deadline as a rat knows about a piece of apple pie…in other words not a damn thing …take anything that old man says with a grain of salt because hes rarely ever right

PETER GAMMONS KNOWS ABOUT AS MUCH ABOUT THE BRAVES and what they are going to do come the trade deadline as a rat knows about a piece of apple pie…in other words not a darn thing …take anything that old man says with a grain of salt because hes rarely ever right

if amarro jt deals utley to dodgers or lee to yankees it s going to show that he has no experience and it should show phillies owners to wake up and fire his ass he has to get a big bat and reinforcement for bullpen

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