Gone, but not forgotten

Updates on former Braves players

Brian McCann, C

New York Yankees

McCann is hitting .226 (with nine homers and 33 RBIs) but he had a triple, a homer and five RBIs Wednesday. The triple was just the third of his career.

Tim Hudson, P

San Francisco Giants

Hudson had his first bad start of the season, allowing seven runs and 12 hits in 4 2/3 innings Wednesday. He’s still 7-3 with a 2.39 ERA.

Martin Prado, 3B

Arizona Diamondbacks

He hit .276 in the past week, including his third homer of the season. But Prado has struck out 43 times in 74 games, after fanning only 53 times in 155 games last season.

Mark Teixeira, 1B

New York Yankees

Nagging injuries continue to slow the former Georgia Tech star, the latest a case of rib cage tightness. He’s hitting .244 with 11 homers and 33 RBIs.

Adam LaRoche, 1B

Washington Nationals

The bearded LaRoche got a visit from the Duck Dynasty stars at the ballpark Tuesday. LaRoche is hitting . 302, 36 points above his career average.

Omar Infante, 2B

Kansas City Royals

He broke of his deep slump with a . 385 run and had nine RBIs in six games, leading the streaking Royals into first place. Infante is hitting .250.

Rafael Furcal, 2B

Miami Marlins

He missed over a year because of injuries and was welcomed back to the majors with an 0-for-6 night in his first game. He’s hitting .200 after six games through Wednesday.

Charlie Morton, P

Pittsburgh Pirates

One of the three players the Braves dealt to acquire Nate McLouth in 2009 has won his past three starts and is 4-7 overall with a solid 3.09 ERA.

Andruw Jones, OF

Tohoku Rakuten (Japan)

The 37-year-old is playing in the Pacific League and has 16 homers through 62 games. He has fanned 61 times and is hitting just .223.