Hudson rejoins Twins after collision

SEATTLE -- Minnesota Twins second baseman Orlando Hudson rejoined the team Tuesday, two days after his entire left arm went numb following a collision with teammate Denard Span.

A CT scan on Hudson showed there was no structural damage. The two-time All-Star had his left wrist reconstructed in surgery two years ago.

Hudson got electric stimulation therapy, then was smiling and wearing a bionic-looking chip inside a bandage over the wrist. That was hours before Minnesota attempted to win its sixth consecutive game, against Seattle.

The Twins say Hudson could be back playing before the weekend.