Daniel Hudson Calls Out Topps for Using Painful Memory as Baseball Card Image (Photo)

by NESN Staff

March 26, 2013

Baseball players tend to be a picky bunch, but Daniel Hudson may be the first to ever complain (publicly, at least) about a baseball card photo.

But don’t go calling D-Huddy high maintenance just yet, as the Diamondbacks hurler has good reason to be upset.

Hudson recently caught glimpse of his Topps baseball card and expressed his displeasure on Twitter. No, the baseball card company didn’t catch his bad side or mess up on a stat, it used a photo of him reacting to blowing out his arm. His torn ulnar collateral ligament required Tommy John surgery, which he is still recovering from.

Check out his tweet below.

[tweet https://twitter.com/DHuddy41/status/315903266133266432 align=’center’]

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