Veteran Reliever Signs One-Year Contract with Los Angeles Dodgers

– Daniel Hudson signs a one-year deal with the Los Angeles Dodgers for the 2024 season.

– The veteran reliever faced injuries in both the 2022 (torn ACL) and 2023 (MCL sprain) seasons.

– Hudson has played in 14 MLB seasons with various teams, making his debut with the White Sox in 2009.

– Notably, he played a crucial role in the Nationals' 2019 World Series victory, serving as their closer.

– Hudson holds a lifetime record of 59-43 with a 3.79 ERA, occasionally serving as a starter.

– His career highlights include winning 16 games with the 2011 Diamondbacks and making 10 postseason appearances.

– The chance to pitch in the postseason might have motivated Hudson to return.

– The Dodgers, with 11 consecutive playoff appearances, are strong contenders for the 2024 World Series after signing Shohei Ohtani.

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