Kim, Tim and the Hudson Family Foundation,
Thank you for your generous support of the BPPAC 2014 Event. We raised over $10,900 and will be netting $7,300 for our local EAMC Cancer Center to help local families in need. Your gracious support of the event made such an impact, no only in the amount raised, but also in the hearts of the boys as they each played for someone they love! Thank you for your positive impact on this community and for your hearts in making things better for so many!
~Sarah Brown - BPPAC 2014
Dear Tim and Kim,
Thank you for all you do to make such a positive impact in our community. The events were simply spectacular.
Hans & Lisa
Thank you so much for talking to us about the Hudson Family Foundation. It was great to hear about all the programs the Foundation helps. Thank you for funding this program. It is a great opportunity to serve and see what the community needs.
Thank you so much for your generous donation to ensure Emma receives her Cystic Fibrosis medicines! It is greatly appreciated!
~The Pontzer Family - 2014
About Tim Hudson
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.
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.
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.
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
In 2014, Tim became a World Series Champion with the San Francisco Giants.