Brett Anderson

#35 SP / L.A. Dodgers / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 240 lb Age: 28 College: None Bats/Throws L/L

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      Dodgers' Brett Anderson: Accepts qualifying offer

      Anderson accepted the Dodgers' $15.8 qualifying offer Friday, Buster Olney of reports. Anderson faced an interesting decision, as he finally put together a healthy season en route to posting a 3.69 ERA with a 3.94 FIP, but he elected to give himself another season before hitting the open market. He figures to slot back into the starting rotation, and has proven to be a reliable option when healthy.

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      Brett Anderson: Extended qualifying offer

      Anderson was extended a qualifying offer by the Dodgers on Friday, Dylan Hernandez of the LA Times reports. Coming off a back injury that cut short his 2014 season, Anderson had a strong comeback season, working to a 3.69. Perhaps more importantly, he finally stayed healthy, as he pitched more than 100 innings for just the third time in his career and made more than 20 starts for the first time since his rookie season. The 27-year-old earned $10 million as a free agent last season, but should get more than that this year after putting together a productive, and healthy, season.

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      Dodgers SP Brett Anderson picks up 10th win of the season

      Dodgers starting pitcher Brett Anderson (10-9) took home a win in his final regular-season start of the year Thursday, holding the Giants to two runs on four hits while striking out three without a walk over 7 2/3 innings. After giving up 11 runs on 20 hits in 8.2 innings over his last two starts, Anderson settled down with a strong effort to close out the year, as he allowed just two hits over seven scoreless innings of work before losing it a bit in the eighth. Despite generally being his typical rather hittable self all year long -- he gave up 194 base knocks this season -- Anderson set new career bests in starts (31) and innings (180.1) in his first healthy campaign since his rookie season of 2009. We'll see him next in the playoffs.

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      Dodgers pitcher Brett Anderson allows five runs in Monday's loss

      Dodgers pitcher Brett Anderson served up five runs on 10 hits and a walk in Monday's loss to the Diamondbacks. He also struck out one. Anderson didn't have it Monday, as he drew just one swing and miss and served up a pair of home runs, his 16th and 17th of the year. Anderson had given up no more than three runs in any of his past six starts, a stretch in which he had a 3.60 ERA and a strong 24:8 K:BB. His full season ERA is up to 3.52.

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      Dodgers SP Brett Anderson performs well in no-decision Tuesday

      Dodgers left-hander Brett Anderson allowed three runs (two earned) on seven hits over six innings in a no decision Tuesday against the Rockies. He struck out seven and didn't walk a batter. Anderson showed no signs of ill-effect from a calf injury that cut his previous start short. Seven strikeouts marks his most in a start without a walk this year, besting his previous mark of five set Aug. 21 against Houston. Anderson now has a 111:44 K:BB to go with his 3.35 ERA.

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      Dodgers SP Brett Anderson set for Tuesday start vs. Rockies

      Dodgers pitcher Brett Anderson (calf) has been confirmed as Tuesday's starter against the Rockies. As expected, Anderson will take the mound opposite Chris Rusin after his last outing ended a bit prematurely as a result of a calf cramp. Anderson has dealt with some minor issues this season but has been healthy for the most part, totaling 158 innings in his 27 starts to this point, his most since his rookie year in 2009.

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      Dodgers set rotation plans for upcoming games

      When the Dodgers open their three-game series Friday at Arizona, they will do so with pitcher Alex Wood on the mound, reports The team will then turn to Mike Bolsinger on Saturday, with Zack Greinke concluding the series Sunday. As a result, Brett Anderson had his start pushed back to Tuesday's game against the Rockies. Clayton Kershaw will open the Colorado series Monday.

    • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

      Dodgers SP Brett Anderson is expected to make next start

      Dodgers starting pitcher Brett Anderson, who left Sunday's game with a calf injury, is expected to make his next scheduled start on Sep. 12, accorind to the Los Angeles Times.

    • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

      Dodgers SP Brett Anderson leaves game with apparent injury

      Dodgers starting pitcher Brett Anderson left Sunday's game against the Padres with a calf injury, according to Anderson left the game after throwing 5 2/3 innings, allowing just one run on four hits. he recorded four strikeouts and allowed four walks.

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      Dodgers' Bolsinger starting Friday to give rotation an extra day of rest

      Dodgers pitcher Mike Bolsinger will start Friday's game against the Padres, manager Don Mattingly announced after Wednesday's game against the Giants. "We've been wanting to slip him into the rotation to either move somebody forward or to give someone an extra day," Mattingly said, per "Just if somebody needs a blow, kind of looking at all our guys individually and what's best for them." Mattingly said they don't plan to skip anyone in the rotation, so all the starters (Clayton Kershaw, Zack Greinke, Brett Anderson, Alex Wood and Mat Latos) will get an extra day of rest moving forward. Bolsinger's last MLB start was July 29. He is 5-3 with a 2.83 ERA in 16 starts this season. "You can anticipate he's going to be in this rotation for at least a turn," Mattingly said.

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