Anderson allowed four runs on five hits and four walks across four innings in a no-decision Sunday against the Giants. He struck out three. Anderson was plagued by inefficiency in this outing and ran up his pitch count in the second inning when he allowed two runs on three hits and a walk. He came back out for the fifth but allowed the first three batters to reach base and was fortunate to be charged with only one additional run as the bullpen put out the fire. Anderson turned in a quality start in his previous outing, but overall he's failed to go deeper than five innings in four of his last five. He'll look to get back on track in his next scheduled start at home against the Reds on Friday.
Anderson allowed two runs on four hits and a walk while striking out six over six innings Sunday in a no-decision against the Pirates. Anderson made a key mistake in the second inning, surrendering a two-run home run to center, but he turned in a quality outing and Milwaukee would eventually emerge with the victory. The 31-year-old was hit hard in his last outing against Miami, but he managed to bounce back in the series finale. Anderson has posted a 3.80 ERA and 1.31 WHIP with a 46:15 K:BB over 42.2 innings.
Anderson (3-1) allowed four earned runs on seven hits and no walks while striking out six across four innings to take the loss Tuesday against the Marlins. Anderson was defeated by the long ball Tuesday, surrendering three homers in his short start. He's now failed to surpass five innings in any of his six starts this season, though this was his first outing in which he's surrendered multiple home runs. The depleted Brewers rotation should make his starting job safe for the time being. He'll look to work deeper in his next start, currently scheduled for Sunday against Pittsburgh.
Anderson (3-0) allowed two runs on six hits and one walk across five innings to earn the win Thursday against the Pirates. He struck out five. Anderson scattered baserunners throughout the game but was only scored upon via a second-inning rally and a solo home run in the fourth. He worked up to 94 pitches, his most since returning from injury, but some inefficiency afforded him only five innings. This was also Anderson's first victory since returning to the rotation, and he'll look to add another in his next outing against the Marlins.
Anderson didn't factor into the decision in Friday's 6-4 loss to the Phillies, giving up three runs on six hits over four innings while striking out four. The right-hander wasn't overly efficient, needing 83 pitches (54 strikes) to record 12 outs, but the Brewers were ahead 4-3 when Anderson hit the showers. He hasn't completed five innings in any of his last three starts, and with Jimmy Nelson (shoulder) closing in on a return, Anderson remains the most likely pitcher to lose his spot in the Milwaukee rotation when Nelson comes off the IL despite his 3.25 ERA and 29:13 K:BB through 27.2 innings on the year.