Daniel Hudson SP ARI 13 Days

Hudson will be shut down for the remainder of the 2014 season, MLB.com's Steve Gilbert reports.

Hudson did not suffer any apparent injury over the final month of the season, but it appears that manager Kirk Gibson and the Diamondbacks have simply seen everything that they needed to see from the 27-year-old right-hander. He's pitched in just three games this season, allowing four earned runs over 2.2 innings. Hudson has missed the majority of the 2014 season due to his second Tommy John surgery, but hopes to be ready for the start of spring training in 2015.

Daniel Hudson SP ARI 17 Days

Hudson allowed one run on two hits and two strikeouts in one inning of work in the Diamondbacks' 10-4 win over the Padres on Saturday.

Hudson returned after throwing a bullpen session earlier in the week. It was his first appearance since allowing three runs in 0.2 innings against the Dodgers. The strikeouts are the first of the season for Hudson.

Daniel Hudson SP ARI 20 Days

Hudson will be unavailable for the next few days after throwing in the bullpen Wednesday, Steve Gilbert of MLB.com reports.

Hudson wasn't particularly sharp in his second appearance back from the DL, giving up three runs in two-thirds of an inning, so the Diamondbacks had him refine some things in a bullpen session. The right-hander will get a few days to rest up but should be able to get in a couple more games before the end of the year, as he looks to turn the page on his consecutive Tommy John surgeries.

Daniel Hudson SP ARI 27 Days

Hudson pitched a perfect eighth inning in the Diamondbacks' 6-1 win over the Padres on Wednesday.

This was Hudson's first appearance since 2012. After two surgeries in two years, Hudson was activated by the team on Monday. He'll likely continue to see relief work for the remainder of the season.

Daniel Hudson SP ARI 1 Month

Hudson (elbow) was activated from the 60-day DL on Monday.

While in the final stages of his recovery from July 2012 Tommy John surgery, Hudson tore his UCL again and was forced to undergo a second reconstructive procedure on the elbow. The right-hander's persistence has paid off, however, as he's now back on an active roster following a successful six-game minor league rehab assignment. He'll work out of the bullpen over the remainder of the season, as he looks to show future employers that the elbow is strong and healthy.

Daniel Hudson SP ARI 1 Month

Hudson (elbow) is expected to rejoin the Diamondbacks when the rosters expand Sept. 1, Jack Magruder of Fox Sports Arizona reports.

Hudson hasn't pitched with the Diamondbacks this season, but appears to be on track for a return when the rosters expand. He pitched a perfect inning with Triple-A Reno on Tuesday night while continuing on his long road back to the majors.

Daniel Hudson SP ARI 1 Month

Hudson pitched a perfect inning with a strikeout in his debut for Triple-A Reno on Tuesday night.

Triple-A is the highest Hudson has been since 2012. He was promoted after pitching four innings with the AZL Diamondbacks. There;s no timetable for Hudson moving up to the team this season, but this outing was promising for him going forward.

Daniel Hudson SP ARI 1 Month

Hudson (elbow) tossed a scoreless inning in the Arizona Rookie League on Tuesday night, the Associated Press reports.

The appearance was his fourth of the current rehab assignment, and Hudson picked up a pair of strikeouts Tuesday in the process. There is still optimism that Hudson will get back on the mound for Arizona at some point in September.

Daniel Hudson SP ARI 2 Months

Hudson allowed one run while striking out two in the first inning of an Arizona League game on Tuesday.

It was his first action since June 4 of last year. The former 16-game winner in 2011 had two Tommy John surgeries in 2012 and 2013. Manager Kirk Gibson said Hudson's fastball reached 93-94 mph, reports Reuters.

Daniel Hudson SP ARI 3 Months

Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson said Tuesday that Daniel Hudson (elbow) probably won't begin a rehab assignment until August.

He'll then be activated at some point in September if all goes well. Working his way back from Tommy John surgery, Hudson will return as a reliever this season before presumably stretching back out as a starter next spring.