Dear Hudson Family Foundation, Thank you so much for the items donated to Women's Hope Medical Clinic. They will be used to meet the needs of women in our area. May the Lord bless you for your generosity to this ministry. In Christ,

~Claire - volunteer receptionist

Thank you so much for donating Braves tickets the the Real Life Center volunteers. We had a wonderful time. Since I am on a very limited income these tickets gave me a chance to treat my family to some fun. Thanks again for your generosity. May God bless you.

~The Williams Family

Thank you so much for blessing the boys this Christmas. I wish you could have seen their faces when they saw their gifts! It was such a special morning for them and we are truly grateful for your kindness and generosity. May God bless you in all that you do in 2013! Much Love, The Adullam House Gang

~Adullam House

Dear Hudson Family Foundation, Thank you so much for providing dinner to the families of the Gatewood Ronald McDonald House! Your meal has truly helped the families through this difficult time. Thank you, RMH Family

~Gatewood Ronald McDonald House

About Tim Hudson

BACKGROUND

Timothy Adam Hudson was born on July 14, 1975, in Columbus, Georgia. He grew up in Salem, Alabama, a small community just outside of Phenix City.

EDUCATION

Tim attended Chattahoochee Valley Community College for two years where he played baseball for Coach B.R. Johnson. Tim then signed at Auburn University and played for two years under Coach Hal Baird.

PERSONAL

Tim met his wife Kim while they were students at Auburn University. They were married on October 23, 1999. They have 2 daughters, Kennedie and Tess, and one son, Kade. They also have a Springer Spaniel named Jax and a lovable mutt named Barkley. They live in Auburn, Alabama.

BASEBALL CAREER

  • Tim is recently retired from major league baseball after 17 seasons. He played for the Oakland Athletics (1999-2004), the Atlanta Braves (2005-2013), and the San Francisco Giants (2014-2015).
  • Tim was named to the MLB All-Star team four times in his career, twice with Oakland, once with Atlanta, and once with San Francisco.
  • Before retiring in 2015, Tim was the winningest active Major League pitcher, as well as one of four active pitchers with at least 200 wins. Tim finished with a career record of 222-133.
  • With a win against the Oakland A’s in July of 2015, he became only the 15th pitcher in Major League history to win a game against all 30 Major League teams.
  • Tim is one of only twenty-one pitchers in Major League history to win at least 200 games, strikeout 2,000 batters, and have a win-loss percentage above 0.600. Of those twenty-one pitchers, fourteen of them are in the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
  • In 2014, Tim became a World Series Champion with the San Francisco Giants.