Hudson Quin

From Fake Baseball Reference
Hudson Quin
Hudson quin phi.jpeg
Pitching for the Phillies.
Philadelphia - No. 19
Born: December 4, 1993


Bats/Throws Left/Left
MLR Debut
Session 1 of the 2017 season for the New York Mets
NABA Statistics (through S1S7)
Win-loss record 0-4
Earned run average 3.98
Strikeouts 34
WHIP 1.71
User Information
Reddit Username /u/pieanator
Discord ID # #7542

Hudson Quin (born December 7, 1988), nicknamed Pie, The Warrior, or simply π, is an American professional fake baseball pitcher for the Philadelphia Phillies of Major League Redditball. He was drafted by the New York Mets in the second round of the 2017 Inaugural Draft. After a player vote, he was approved as the 1st President of the Major League Redditball Player's Association. During the 2017 MLR Expansion Draft, Quin was traded to the Phillies for recently-drafted pitcher Johnny Dickshot.

Personal Life[edit]

Quin was born somewhere in the United States to unknown parents. His parents apparently had no interest in raising a child, and they decided to ship him to Europe, abandoning their parental responsibility. Quin eventually ended up in the small country of San Marino, where he was eventually raised by his adoptive parents, the Canadian musicians and twin sisters Tegan and Sara, who were sightseeing the micro nation on an off day during a European tour. Upon seeing the young abandoned boy, the twins decided to give up on their music careers, move to San Marino, and raise the child, whom they named Hudson. The sisters, sensing the raw athletic ability and limitless talent that dwelled within the boy, urged him to become a soccer player, knowing he would be able to change the sport forever. Quin was resistant to play the sport, as his American heritage was keeping him from devoting his life so such a worthless and European sport. At the age of 19, Quin decided to take his talents to America, and he devoted his life to the fledgling sport of Redditball.

Quin has since become the self-proclaimed "face of Redditball", and he further claims to be the most famous and wealthiest player in the leagues. Quin owns at least three homes, a castle in his home country of San Marino, a luxurious apartment in downtown Philadelphia, and a mansion in Beacon, New York.

On December 6, 2017, Quin announced his engagement to award winning American actress and longtime-girlfriend Emma Stone.

Quin identifies as a Satanist.

2017 Season[edit]

Quin was a highly touted pitching prospect going into his first game, receiving interviews from the likes of Jack Bing and other reporters. He received national attention, however, as the first victim of the Washington Nationals powerful Opening Day offense, and gave up 5 runs in his first ever inning. It solidified a tough start to his career, as his R/6 rose to close to 5 after his third start. His strikeout rate was high, however. It was at this time that, amidst trade rumors, Quin expressed a desire to become a closer, to use his short bursts of strength to his advantage.

This did not come to fruition, however, when the Minnesota Twins acquired him for Sonny Streaker and James Earl Pwns. They started him immediately in Session 4. The Twins traded their previous starter in the swap, and already had a closer in Pablo Sanchez. Thus, Quin continued to start games for his new team until the introduction of Tim Burr. Burr filled some of the starting duties that Quin had taken over.

During the expansion draft, Quin was traded to the Philadelphia Phillies.

2017/18 Season[edit]

Hudson Quin made his Philadelphia Phillies debut in Session 1 of the 2017/18 season, in relief of Oliver Yu. He went 3 innings and gave up no runs for his first career win. The pitcher was given the start in Session 3, against the Montreal Expos and Cal Tiberius Jr.. During this time, Quin also decided he would not be re-seeking the title of of Player's Association President.

During this season, Quin was further chosen as the GM of one of the founding teams of Minor League Redditball, the Hudson Valley Renegades.


Pitching Statistics
2017 28.2 21 19 37 1 12 34 3.98 1.71 7.12
Batting Statistics
2017 7 9 8 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 .125 .222 .125 .177