Right now I’m pretty much in spring training mode. So I’ll go three innings tonight, I’ll have three days off and then I’ll go four innings in (Triple-A) Gwinnett. And I think I’m going to work up to six innings and I think my last rehab start is supposed to be scheduled for the (August) 15th. So I’ll be ready to come up to the big club after that, help them out hopefully. The way things are going, I’ll tell you what, man, our pitching’s been really, really good all year. Our starting pitching’s been really great. So it’s going to be a good problem for them to have. Our pitching’s been good. I’m going to be healthy, ready to come back and help us in whatever way they need me.Today (July 23, 2009) on SIRIUS XM Radio’s MLB Home Plate channel with hosts Seth Everett and Jim Duquette, Braves pitcher Tim Hudson talked about the timetable for his comeback from Tommy John surgery.