Anderson went 3-for-7 with two RBI and two runs scored in Thursday's 17-7 win over the Tigers.

Anderson's been raking since the beginning of August, slashing .315/.327/.549/.877 with seven home runs, 11 doubles, three triples and five stolen bases over 38 games. He's also played better defense of late, committing just four of his 26 errors since Aug. 2. Anderson attributes his turnaround to going to see a counselor, according to Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune. The young shortstop has been dealing with the shooting death of a close friend since early in the season and feels he's been freer since talking it out.

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