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Jul 12, 2024 6.0 8 8 2.97 10
Jul 6, 2024 8.0 8 8 2.81 36
Jun 30, 2024 4.2 7 8 3.03 -4
Jun 25, 2024 5.0 7 7 2.63 9
Jun 19, 2024 7.0 6 7 2.48 13.5

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The Angels bet big that Tyler Anderson's progress with the Dodgers in 2022 was sticky, as they signed the lefty to a three-year, $40 million contract in November of that year. He kept the same formula, but his walks spiked and he was far more hittable in the zone. Opponents hit more than 40 points higher against Anderson and as a result his WHIP jumped from 1.00 to 1.49, while his ERA shot up nearly three full runs to 5.43. The estimators suggest he might have deserved better, but not much. Anderson has never been a big strikeout pitcher (career 20.1 K%), and it's looking more and more like the Dodgers captured lightning in a bottle during his All-Star campaign. That said, he will get his chance to bounce back and prove that season wasn't a total fluke with regular starts, at least to begin 2024. If the results don't improve, the Angels could eventually bounce him from the rotation.

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2024 260.513.7 118.0 8 8 81 47 2.98 1.17
2023 213.57.9 141.0 6 6 119 64 5.43 1.49
2022 50016.7 178.7 15 5 138 34 2.57 1.00
3y Avg. 33811.7 162.3 9 7 130 45 4.05 1.23
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  • Angels' Tyler Anderson: Yields four runs in no-decision

    Anderson did not factor into the decision in Friday's 6-5 win over Seattle, allowing four runs on six hits and no walks over six innings. He struck out four. The Los Angeles lefty struggled out the gate, surrendering a two-run homer to Julio Rodriguez in the first inning. Anderson later allowed his third and fourth runs on another two-run long ball in the third via a 423-foot blast by Cal Raleigh. Despite the rough outing, the 34-year-old veteran wraps a resurgent first half in which he pitched to a 2.97 ERA and 1.17 WHIP across 118 innings.
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  • Angels' Tyler Anderson: Fires eight scoreless in win

    Anderson (8-8) earned the win over the Cubs on Saturday, allowing three hits and no walks while striking out 10 over eight scoreless innings. Anderson was magnificent, generating an eye-popping 22 swinging strikes and a season-high 10 punchouts. He leaned on his changeup, throwing it 30 times and accumulating 11 whiffs. The southpaw responded in a major way after allowing a season-high six earned runs last Sunday. He now owns a 2.81 ERA, 1.18 WHIP and 77:47 K:BB over 112 innings this season and lines up for a home matchup with the Mariners next week.
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  • Angels' Tyler Anderson: Tagged with six runs

    Anderson (7-8) yielded six runs on seven hits and a walk over 4.2 innings Sunday, striking out two and taking a loss against the Tigers. Anderson gave up one run through three innings before the Tigers plated three runs in the fourth. He was charged with two more when Carson Kelly drilled a three-run homer off Andrew Wantz in the fifth. It was the most runs allowed by Anderson this season and his ERA jumped from 2.63 to 3.03 through 104 frames. He went 2-3 with a 4.15 ERA in six June outings. Anderson's next start is lined up to be on the road against the Cubs.
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  • Angels' Tyler Anderson: Strong again in loss

    Anderson (6-7) allowed one run on four hits and three walks while striking out five over seven innings to take the loss versus the Brewers on Wednesday. Anderson held an opponent to one run for the sixth time in his last seven starts, but a lack of run support from the Angels stuck him with another loss. In that seven-start span, he's walked at least three batters four times and hasn't struck out more than five batters in any outing. The southpaw is at a 2.48 ERA, 1.18 WHIP and 63:41 K:BB through 94.1 innings through 15 starts this year. Anderson is projected to make his next start at home versus the Athletics.
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  • Angels' Tyler Anderson: Wild in win

    Anderson (6-6) allowed one run on five hits and five walks while striking out five over 5.1 innings to earn the win over the Giants on Friday. Anderson once again put on a master class in run prevention -- he's allowed multiple walks in five of his last six starts, but he hasn't given up more than one run in any of those outings. He's now at a 3.9 BB/9 this season, which means he's flirting with danger more often than not despite his excellent 2.58 ERA and passable 1.19 WHIP. He's also managed a 6.0 K/9 across 87.1 innings, which is the lowest strikeout rate of his career. Anderson is lined up to make his next start at home versus the Brewers, a tough test despite his recent success.
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  • Angels' Tyler Anderson: Yields four runs in loss

    Anderson (5-6) allowed four runs on seven hits and a walk while striking out three over six innings to take the loss versus the Astros on Saturday. Anderson gave up two runs in each of the third and fifth innings. He threw 60 of 90 pitches for strikes, but this was the first time in five starts he allowed more than one run. It was just the second time he's been on the hook for four runs this year. The southpaw is at a 2.63 ERA, 1.15 WHIP and 53:33 K:BB over 82 innings through 13 starts in 2024. Anderson's surface stats look close to his career year from 2022, but his 4.70 FIP and .218 BABIP suggest he's been very fortunate in 2024. Given his high walk rate, Anderson is a risky pitcher to roster in fantasy over the rest of the season.
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  • Angels' Tyler Anderson: Yields one run in no-decision

    Anderson allowed a run on five hits and three walks over 6.2 innings in a no-decision Monday. He struck out two during the victory against San Diego. Anderson served up a solo shot to Manny Machado in the first inning but otherwise worked around danger for the rest of the night. Anderson has given up exactly one run in four straight outings despite registering a lackluster 14:13 K:BB during that span. On the year, his ERA is down to an impressive 2.37, while he's delivered eight quality starts in 12 appearances. Anderson's next start is in line to be at home against the Astros.
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  • Angels' Tyler Anderson: Walks six in loss

    Anderson (5-5) got stuck with the loss against the Yankees on Wednesday, allowing one run on four hits and six walks over five innings. He struck out four. Anderson allowed three batters to reach base in each of the first two frames but somehow managed to pitch his way around it and avoid sustaining any damage. However, the lefty would finally cough up a run in the fourth after leaving a sinker up in the zone, which Alex Verdugo proceeded to crush over the wall in right field. Anderson issued a season-high six free passes on the night and has now walked multiple batters in three consecutive starts. Even with those walks, it was also the third straight outing in which he allowed only one run.
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  • Angels' Tyler Anderson: Evens record Friday

    Anderson (4-4) yielded a run on two hits and two walks over seven innings Friday, striking out four and earning a win over the Rangers. The only blemish on Anderson's line was a solo shot by Jonah Heim in the second inning. The southpaw has won back-to-back starts after going 0-4 over his previous five outings. Despite what that losing streak may suggest, he registered a 4.08 ERA during that span, and Friday's start lowered his season ERA to 2.72 through 56.1 frames. Anderson's next start is currently projected to come in Houston next week.
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  • Angels' Tyler Anderson: Nabs third win

    Anderson (3-4) picked up the win over the Royals on Saturday, allowing three runs on seven hits and one walk while striking out four over 6.2 innings. Anderson surrendered one run in the top of the first on a Salvador Perez double before going 1-2-3 through each of the next three frames. The lefty would allow another run in both the sixth and seventh innings, but he was still able to secure his third win of the season thanks to being provided with ample run support. Anderson has now gone at least six innings in three consecutive starts and is yet to allow more than three earned runs in an outing. Saturday also marked his first win since April 8 against the Marlins, as he had lost each of his previous four decisions coming in.
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  • Angels' Tyler Anderson: Punches out five in loss

    Anderson (2-4) took the loss Monday, allowing four runs on six hits and three walks over 6.1 innings against Pittsburgh. He struck out five. Anderson allowed all four runs Monday night on one swing -- a 424-foot grand slam by Edward Olivares in the third inning. Although the Angels southpaw sports a 2.74 ERA in 42.2 innings, tougher times may lie ahead, as he has been aided greatly by a .205 BABIP. Anderson is slated to make his next start against the Royals at home.
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  • Angels' Tyler Anderson: Locks down quality start

    Anderson didn't factor into the decision Tuesday, allowing three runs on five hits and two walks over six innings against Philadelphia. He struck out six. Anderson secured his fourth quality start of the campaign Tuesday and logged at least six K's for a second consecutive outing. All of the damage against Anderson came in the second inning when Kyle Schwarber launched a three-run homer. Although Anderson has surrendered five home runs in his last four starts, he still owns a solid 3.63 ERA with 19 strikeouts during that stretch.
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  • Angels' Tyler Anderson: Falls to Cincinnati

    Anderson (2-2) took the loss Friday against the Reds, allowing two runs (one earned) on three hits and three walks over seven innings. He struck out two. Anderson was sharp Friday, holding Cincinnati to an unearned run in the second inning before Tyler Stephenson homered in the sixth. However, the Angels could only muster a lone run off Nick Lodolo before the Reds broke the game open against the bullpen, sticking Anderson with a second straight loss. The left-hander has gone seven innings in three of his first four starts this year, posting an impressive 1.42 ERA with a 0.95 WHIP and 14:9 K:BB after struggling to a 5.43 ERA in 25 starts last season. Anderson will look to snap his brief losing streak in his next outing, currently slated for next week against Baltimore.
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  • Angels' Tyler Anderson: Scoreless streak ends

    Anderson (2-1) took the loss Sunday, allowing three runs on four hits and three walks over 4.1 innings against Boston. He struck out four. Anderson was hit hard by the Red Sox, allowing three extra-base hits, including back-to-back solo home runs to Tyler O'Neill and Triston Casas in the first inning. Prior to Sunday's loss, Anderson had tossed 14.0 scoreless innings, an exceptional start after posting a 5.43 ERA in his first year with the Angels last season. Anderson is tentatively lined up for his next start Friday at Cincinnati.
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  • Angels' Tyler Anderson: Posts another scoreless start

    Anderson (2-0) earned the win over Tampa Bay on Monday, allowing four hits and one walk while striking out three batters over seven scoreless innings. Anderson was a big disappointment in his first campaign with the Angels last year, but he's been outstanding in his first two starts this season. Monday's performance was his second straight seven-inning scoreless effort, with both performances resulting in a win. The left-hander's fantasy appeal will likely always be negatively impacted by his low strikeout totals -- he fanned just three batters Monday and has a modest eight punchouts through 14 innings on the season -- but his rostership is bound to rise if he continues to keep runs from crossing the plate. Anderson's next start is tentatively projected to come in Fenway Park against Boston this weekend.
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  • Angels' Tyler Anderson: Fires seven shutout frames

    Anderson (1-0) earned the win over the Marlins on Tuesday after scattering four hits and two walks over seven scoreless innings. He struck out five. Anderson had arguably his best start in an Angels uniform and was the first Angels' starter this year to reach six innings. It was also the first time he's gone seven scoreless since Sept. 12, 2022. Anderson had his changeup working, as he threw it 41 percent of the time and recorded all five punchouts with that pitch. The 34-year-old southpaw tentatively lines up for a two-start week next week beginning with the Rays at home.
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  • Angels' Tyler Anderson: Making season debut Tuesday

    Anderson is scheduled to start in Tuesday's game against the Marlins at LoanDepot Park. Anderson is opening the season fifth in the Angels' rotation order coming off a poor debut season for Anaheim in 2023 in which he went 6-6 with a 5.43 ERA, 1.49 WHIP and 119:64 K:BB over 141 innings. The lefty showed better in Cactus League play this spring (3.78 ERA, 1.32 WHIP, 20:3 K:BB in 16.2 innings), but fantasy managers outside of AL-only or deeper mixed leagues may want to see Anderson turn in better results in the games that count before trusting him as a streaming option.
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  • Angels' Tyler Anderson: Slated for spring debut Wednesday

    Anderson (knee) is scheduled to start Wednesday's Cactus League game against the Rockies, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. Anderson missed the final two weeks of the 2023 regular season due to left knee soreness, but he appears to have had a normal offseason and will toe the rubber for the Angels' fifth spring training game. After inking a three-year, $39 million deal with the Angels in November 2022, Anderson wasn't able to meet expectations in his first season in Anaheim, as he delivered a 5.43 ERA, 1.49 WHIP and 119:64 K:BB in 141 innings. His contract should still give him plenty of security in the rotation in the early part of the upcoming season, but if Anderson continues to deliver middling results in his second year in Anaheim, it wouldn't be a surprise if the Angels shifted him to the bullpen and gave a younger pitcher a look in a starting role.
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  • Angels' Tyler Anderson: Out for rest of season

    The Angels placed Anderson on the 15-day injured list Saturday with knee soreness, Erica Weston of Bally Sports West reports. Anderson already had a start postponed due to his sore knee, and now he will simply be shut down for the rest of the season as he continues to recover. No replacement starter has been named yet for Sunday's game against Minnesota. Anderson will finish the season with a 5.43 ERA and 1.49 WHIP through 141 innings after joining the Halos on a three-year, $40 million contract last offseason.
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  • Angels' Tyler Anderson: Pushed back due to sore knee

    Anderson's next scheduled start has been pushed back to Sunday's series finale in Minnesota while he tends to knee soreness, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. It's not clear when Anderson's knee began bothering him, but he'll receive some extra rest in hopes that he can overcome the issue. Anderson had been slated to take the hill either Friday or Saturday, but since he'll be pushed back, the Angels will call up Davis Daniel from Triple-A Salt Lake to pitch Friday, while Kenny Rosenberg will get the nod Saturday. Anderson has been a major disappointment in his first season with the Angels, posting a 5.43 ERA over 27 appearances (25 starts).
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