D-backs pitcher Daniel Hudson returned to Chase Field on Tuesday after starting for Triple-A Reno Monday, and if his bullpen session later this week goes well, he'll likely start on Sunday against the Brewers. The 25-year-old has been on the disabled list since April 21 with a right shoulder impingement. "We won't need another starter until Sunday, so we'll see how Huddy comes through the week. If it goes smooth with him, he'd be a likely candidate," Gibson said. "We're not sure on that. He'd be a guy that'd push too fast. We want to get in and watch him and make sure." The right-hander allowed two runs on five hits while throwing 71 pitches in five innings at Reno. "Everything went well, and I'm ready to go," Hudson said. "I don't feel anything at all, I don't have any pain the next day at all, it feels great." The D-backs aren't sure exactly when Hudson's bullpen session will take place, but it'll likely be Thursday or Friday. Dodgers: Ethier gets extra RBI
After an appeal by the Dodgers, Major League Baseball changed an official scorer's ruling and gave Andre Ethier an RBI double on a ball that flicked off the glove of San Diego center fielder Cameron Maybin, who was originally charged with an error in the Dodgers' 8-1 win over the Padres on Thursday. Bobby Abreu, who had doubled, scored on the play. As a result of the change, Ethier now has a league-leading 40 RBIs, 13 doubles, 23 extra-base hits (tied for second) and a .321 average. Worth noting
Ethier, a Phoenix native, has hit safely in 10 consecutive games against Arizona, batting 20-for-40 against the D-backs with two homers and seven RBIs since July 29, 2011. The D-backs' Willie Bloomquist has a seven-game hitting streak and in five of those games, he's had multiple hits.