Orlando Hudson is making a comeback. The O-Dog is headed to Mexico to play winter ball for the Mazatlan Venados.Affectionately known as "O-Dog", Hudson collected four Gold Gloves over the course of an 11-season, 6-team career in the big leagues. Posting a lifetime batting line of .273/.341/.412, the South Carolina native was regarded as one of the premier infielders of the mid-2000's.
— Jen Royle (@Jen_Royle) December 5, 2013
Hudson's career essentially came to a halt following a miserable 2012 season split between San Diego and the Chicago White Sox. Relegated to a bench role for the first time in his career, Hudson slashed his way to a paltry .204/.261/.312 batting line while primarily playing third base in Chicago. Plagued by groin and foot injuries, he failed to receive an offer after the season.
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