Anderson was sent to Double-A Tulsa on Monday, Eric Stephen of SB Nation reports. The Dodgers needed to make room for Rico Noel on the Triple-A roster, and Anderson ended up being the casualty. He'll slot in at first base for the Drillers, although he likely won't move much from that position in the organization seeing as his lack of power and low batting average severely limit his upside going forward.
The Cubs have signed first baseman Lars Anderson to a minor-league deal, Baseball America reports. Released by the White Sox in July, Anderson hit .194/.302/.251 with two home runs and 14 RBI in 227 at-bats with Triple-A Charlotte last season.
The White Sox parted ways with first baseman Lars Anderson, according to the Chicago Tribune. Anderson joined the White Sox at the end of spring training. He batted .194 in 266 plate appearances at Triple-A Charlotte.
The Blue Jays announced Monday they traded Lars Anderson to the White Sox for cash considerations. Anderson was designated for assignment last week.
The Blue Jays have optioned first baseman Lars Anderson to Triple-A, the team announced. Anderson was once considered a strong prospect in the Red Sox's system but has struggled. He briefly joined the White Sox this offseason, but he was designated for assignment and claimed by the Jays in late February.