Hudson went 2-0 with a 0.55 ERA in two starts against West Dvision rivals Anaheim and Seattle, including a four-hit shutout over the Mariners. He has won seven straight decisions and allowed only 12 earned runs in his last nine starts.
Ramirez led the majors with five home runs and the AL with 11 RBI last week. In seven games, he went 12-for-27 (.444), scoring seven runs and hitting a home run in three straight Boston wins from Sept. 9-11, including a game-winning grand slam last Wednesday. Ramirez was also recognized for the award for the week ending April 21.