Luke Hudson is a former Major League Baseball Pitcher and he was born in the year 1977. He was playing professional with Kansas City Royals and Cincinnati Reds. From his biography, he was born in Fountain Valley of California and he graduated from the Fountain Valley High School. He was playing college baseball in University of Tennessee. He was drafted to join Colorado Rockies for its 4th round in 1998 Major League Baseball draft. He was not able to pitch for the majors in the year 2003 and he made the comeback to Reds in the year 2004. He had a brief but also a successful stint when he got 4.2 record with 2.42 ERA within nine starts. In the year 2005, he struggled and got 6-9 and 6.38 ERA. He got released by Reds in 2006 and he got acquired by Kansas City Royals.
Luke Hudson started the season of 2006 while pitching for Kansas City Royals when he was playing reliever. He was able to make 1.3 with 7.24 ERA and allowed 11 ER over 13 2/3 IP. He became a starter and was able to do well at the beginning with the first six starts. In the 7th start with this team, he did worst and surrendered at 11 runs and earned 10 of them. Indians had been able to score seven runs.
In 2007, Luke Hudson played with Royals but suffered injuries and they made him to be on the list of 15 day disabled. He has just one appearance and gave up five runs in just two innings. He underwent a surgery on his right shoulder and it ended his season. Because of slow recovery of his surgery, he started the season of 2008 at the disabled list. When it comes to his parents, his father is Bill and he is a talented water colorist and owns art Materials Company in the state of California. During off season, Luke Hudson works as its marketing director. He has many siblings, Brothers Brian and Will, and Sisters Sara, Liz and Kim who like to play softball in Fountain Valley with Forfeit Please team. He retired in 2009.
When it comes to his personal life, there is no information of what he is doing or if he is married to a certain woman or not. He is a wealthy person and most of his net worth comes from his baseball career. There is no record that he may be having children or not. Luke Hudson announced his retirement when he was in Royals’ Minor League camp and after missing 2008 because of the surgery and the pain had not went away. He said that it was physically impossible to play since the pain was like a sharp knife and it was twisting while throwing something off. He will always be remembered for the historic shellacking in 2006 of Cleveland.