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February 15, 1989
New York Yankee pitcher Charles Hudson, 6-6 last season with a 4.49 earned-run average, avoided arbitration by settling for a one-year contract worth $525,000. Hudson, who made $450,000 last year, asked for $580,000 in arbitration and the Yankees offered $475,000.
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November 22, 1992 | ERIN J. AUBRY
When you're homeless, down and out, or just in need of life's necessities, who you gonna call? Bondage Busters! This serious-minded effort with a funny name is out to bust homelessness and destitution on Los Angeles streets. The brainchild of a 46-year-old Pacoima-based pastor, Charles Hudson, Bondage Busters is driven by Hudson's simple philosophy of ministering to the needy in their element: the streets. "We should deal with the people, like Jesus," Hudson said. "Everyone deserves treatment.
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SPORTS
April 14, 1987 | Associated Press
The New York Yankees hoped Charles Hudson, acquired during the winter from Philadelphia for Mike Easler, might make some contribution this year. One week into the season, he has become their best pitcher, a commodity the Cleveland Indians are still missing.
NEWS
September 6, 1992
Charles L. Hudson, 88, a doctor who was president of the American Medical Assn. from 1966 to 1967. Hudson was among the AMA trustees who first warned in 1964 that cigarette smoking was a health hazard. As president of the organization, he criticized Medicare as unnecessary and said it would lead to socialized medicine. On Aug. 30 in Aurora, Ohio.
NEWS
November 22, 1992 | ERIN J. AUBRY
When you're homeless, down and out, or just in need of life's necessities, who you gonna call? Bondage Busters! This serious-minded effort with a funny name is out to bust homelessness and destitution on Los Angeles streets. The brainchild of a 46-year-old Pacoima-based pastor, Charles Hudson, Bondage Busters is driven by Hudson's simple philosophy of ministering to the needy in their element: the streets. "We should deal with the people, like Jesus," Hudson said. "Everyone deserves treatment.
SPORTS
May 11, 1987
Charles Hudson gives credit for his turnaround to "peace of mind." The 6-3 right-hander has gone from a loser in the National League to the ace of the New York Yankees in almost no time at all. Hudson pitched a six-hitter Sunday at New York in the Yankees' 6-1 victory over the Minnesota Twins to improve his start to 5-0. It was his fourth complete game in seven starts. He lost his shutout when Randy Bush doubled home Al Newman in the fourth inning.
NEWS
September 6, 1992
Charles L. Hudson, 88, a doctor who was president of the American Medical Assn. from 1966 to 1967. Hudson was among the AMA trustees who first warned in 1964 that cigarette smoking was a health hazard. As president of the organization, he criticized Medicare as unnecessary and said it would lead to socialized medicine. On Aug. 30 in Aurora, Ohio.
SPORTS
February 15, 1989
New York Yankee pitcher Charles Hudson, 6-6 last season with a 4.49 earned-run average, avoided arbitration by settling for a one-year contract worth $525,000. Hudson, who made $450,000 last year, asked for $580,000 in arbitration and the Yankees offered $475,000.
SPORTS
May 11, 1987
Charles Hudson gives credit for his turnaround to "peace of mind." The 6-3 right-hander has gone from a loser in the National League to the ace of the New York Yankees in almost no time at all. Hudson pitched a six-hitter Sunday at New York in the Yankees' 6-1 victory over the Minnesota Twins to improve his start to 5-0. It was his fourth complete game in seven starts. He lost his shutout when Randy Bush doubled home Al Newman in the fourth inning.
SPORTS
April 14, 1987 | Associated Press
The New York Yankees hoped Charles Hudson, acquired during the winter from Philadelphia for Mike Easler, might make some contribution this year. One week into the season, he has become their best pitcher, a commodity the Cleveland Indians are still missing.
NEWS
March 31, 1989
A look at some opponents whose numbers the Angels had last season, listed with 1988 team. BATTING Minimum 30 At-Bats Name Team Avg HR RBI Scott Fletcher Texas .061 0 0 Walt Weiss Oakland .100 0 1 Matt Nokes Detroit .121 1 3 Greg Gagne Minnesota .161 1 2 Jody Reed Baltimore .174 0 0 Steve Buechele Texas .178 0 2 Billy Ripken Baltimore .190 0 3 Frank White Kansas City .190 0 6 Willie Wilson Kansas City .190 0 1 Ernie Whitt Toronto .
SPORTS
June 6, 1987
As a Yankee fan, I take a lot of heat for George Steinbrenner's occasional irrational acts, but I also know that each season he is going to do whatever is within his power to put a competitive team on the field in the best division in baseball. Gary Ward, signed as a free agent, and Charles Hudson, acquired in a trade, have helped the Yankees compile the best record in baseball, as of this writing. Now let's turn to the Dodgers. Last year, while the club faltered, the Dodger propaganda machine churned out 5 million excuses, while 3 million lemmings made their pilgrimage to Dodger Stadium.
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