Area Native Tim Hudson Honored in Montgomery
Tim Hudson’s work on the baseball field and community presence off is well known.
On Thursday, the former major league player was honored for all of his work.
The Phenix City native was praised during a floor ceremony in the State’s capital for his athletic achievements and significant contributions to the state.
“Yea know where I came from, to have a big league career as long as I did, I definitely had some help from the Good Lord above so having said that, I just feel like I have a duty to go out there and try to do good with the platforms he’s blessed me with and just give back, do as much as I can within the community,” Hudson said.
Hudson played for three different teams during his 16-year major league career.
He graduated from Glenwood School in Phenix City and went on to play for CVCC and Auburn.
He and his wife Kim also founded the Hudson Family Foundation which helps serve families in need in Georgia and Alabama.