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Oct 5, 2022 0.2 2 4 6.38
Oct 2, 2022 0.1 2 4 6.56 -15
Sep 26, 2022 4.0 2 3 4.70 9.5
Sep 21, 2022 5.0 2 3 5.21 19
Sep 15, 2022 5.0 1 3 6.43 18.5

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2023 0.00 0.00
2022 25.52.8 24.0 2 4 23 15 6.38 1.33
2021 45.53.3 48.0 2 4 35 20 6.75 1.48
3y Avg. 393.5 35.3 2 3 32 15 6.88 1.50
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  • Reds' Chase Anderson: Disastrous outing

    Anderson (2-4) took the loss Sunday, allowing five runs on two hits and three walks with no strikeouts over one-third of an inning in an 8-1 loss to the Cubs. Disaster unfolded to start the game for Anderson. The 34-year-old allowed seven of the first eight batters to reach base, causing manager David Bell to pull him after he surrendered three runs and recorded just one out. Two of Anderson's inherited runners came around to score, leading to a horrific stat line in what was most likely Anderson's last start of the season. Over 23.1 innings in 2022, Anderson owns a 6.56 ERA with 23 strikeouts and 14 walks.
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  • Reds' Chase Anderson: Fans five in four frames

    Anderson did not factor in the decision against Pittsburgh on Monday, allowing one run on four hits and no walks while striking out five batters over four innings. Anderson made it through three frames without giving up a run, but a 50-minute rain delay curbed his momentum. He returned after the delay to pitch the fourth and threw another scoreless inning, but he was then pulled after giving up a leadoff single in the fifth. The runner eventually came around to score, and Anderson finished with one run on his ledger for the third straight outing. The veteran has pitched well of late, allowing just five runs over 20.2 innings in September.
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  • Reds' Chase Anderson: Shuts down Boston

    Anderson (2-3) allowed one earned run on three hits and no walks while striking out four across five innings to earn the win Wednesday against Boston. Anderson held Boston hitless through three innings and was rarely in trouble to earn his second win. Though he took some time ramping up, Anderson has worked five innings in each of his last two starts and has allowed only two total earned runs to go along with a 7:2 K:BB. Despite that recent success, he's not likely to take another turn through the rotation due to the return of Graham Ashcraft (biceps).
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  • Reds' Chase Anderson: Allows one hit in win

    Anderson (1-3) earned the win over St. Louis on Thursday, allowing one run on one hit and two walks while striking out three batters over five innings. Anderson didn't have great control in the outing -- he threw only 46 of 80 pitches for strikes and walked two batters -- but he surrendered just one hit (a double by Paul Goldschmidt) across a season-high five frames. That double resulted in a run, but that was the only score the Cardinals could manage against the right-hander. Anderson ended up with his first win of the campaign in his fifth outing. With Hunter Greene (shoulder) slated to return from the IL this weekend and Graham Ashcraft (biceps) currently on a rehab assignment, it's not certain that Anderson will remain in the rotation much longer despite the strong showing Thursday.
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  • Reds' Chase Anderson: Takes another loss

    Anderson (0-3) took the loss Saturday, allowing two runs on a hit and three walks while striking out five over four innings versus the Brewers. Anderson stretched out to 84 pitches (49 strikes), but he walked multiple batters for the second straight outing. This loss can't be fully pinned on the veteran right-hander -- the Reds mustered just one hit and two walks for the whole game. Anderson has a 9.00 ERA, 1.67 WHIP and 11:9 K:BB through nine innings over four appearances with the Reds. With two doubleheaders on the slate next week, expect Anderson to remain in the rotation again, likely for a tough road start in St. Louis.
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  • Reds' Chase Anderson: Wild in short start

    Anderson walked four and struck out four over 2.2 scoreless and hitless innings in a no-decision versus the Rockies in the second game of Sunday's doubleheader. Anderson finally kept runs off the board, though that was more luck than skill after he walked four batters and threw just 27 of 56 pitches for strikes. The 34-year-old right-hander is still working on getting stretched out amid his struggles at the major-league level -- he's allowed eight runs (seven earned) in five innings across three appearances with the Reds. Assuming he stays on a regular schedule this time through the rotation, he's lined up for a road start in Milwaukee next weekend.
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  • Reds' Chase Anderson: Still in line to start Sunday

    Anderson remains on track to start Sunday's game against the Rockies in Cincinnati, despite being used in relief Wednesday, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Cincinnati added Anderson to the roster Monday and had him start that day's series opener with the Cardinals, but he was chased midway through the second inning after allowing five earned runs while recording just five outs. The Reds likely didn't plan on having Anderson work out of the bullpen Wednesday, but with the game going into the 13th inning and the only other available reliever (Joel Kuhnel) having worked each of the previous two days, manager David Bell turned to the veteran right-hander. Anderson ended up surrendering three runs (two earned) to take his second loss in three days, but since he tossed only 36 pitches Monday and 19 on Wednesday, he shouldn't face any significant workload restrictions when he returns to the mound Sunday.
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  • Reds' Chase Anderson: Chased early in team debut

    Anderson (0-1) allowed five runs on four hits and a walk over 1.1 innings Monday, striking out two and taking a loss against the Cardinals. After a scoreless first inning, St. Louis plated six runs in the second inning, including five against Anderson. He gave up a solo homer to Tyler O'Neill and was removed that same inning after Tommy Edman's two-run double. The veteran righty posted a 4.50 ERA with a 72:29 K:BB through 80 innings with the Rays' and Tigers' Triple-A affiliates this season. As of now, Anderson is slated to face the Rockies at home this weekend.
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  • Reds' Chase Anderson: Called up in advance of start

    Anderson's contract was selected from Triple-A Louisville ahead of Monday's start against the Cardinals. Anderson made 14 appearances (nine starts) for the Phillies earlier in the season and posted a 6.75 ERA and 1.48 WHIP in 48 innings. He joined the Reds on a minor-league deal over the weekend and will make his team debut during Monday's series opener against St. Louis. Anderson will likely have the chance to make more than one turn through the rotation since T.J. Zeuch (back) is on the injured list.
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  • Reds' Chase Anderson: Confirmed to start Monday

    The Reds are listing Anderson as their scheduled starter for Monday's game against the Cardinals, Byron Kerr of MLB.com reports. Prior to Monday's contest, the Reds will need to formally select Anderson's contract to add him to the 40-man roster and 26-man active roster, after he joined the organization Saturday on a minor-league deal. He'll be stepping into the rotation spot vacated by T.J. Zeuch (back), who was placed on the 15-day injured list Thursday. Between stops with the Tigers' and Rays' Triple-A affiliates this season, Anderson has produced a 4.50 ERA, 1.33 WHIP and 72:29 K:BB in 80 innings.
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  • Reds' Chase Anderson: Signs with Reds

    Anderson signed a minor-league contract with the Reds on Saturday and is expected to start Monday against the Cardinals, Byron Kerr of MLB.com reports. The Reds are dealing with multiple injuries to their starting pitchers and have evidently elected to bring in a 34-year-old from outside the organization rather than call up someone from Triple-A. Anderson hasn't thrown a major-league pitch this season and owns a 6.94 ERA at the highest level since the start of the 2020 campaign. In 80 Triple-A innings this season, he owns a 4.50 ERA.
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  • Chase Anderson: Leaving Tampa organization

    Anderson opted out of his minor-league contract with the Rays on Thursday, Robert Murray of FanSided.com reports. Anderson will hit the open market for the third time this season, as he was previously released by the Tigers in April before re-signing with Detroit shortly thereafter and then opting out of his contract. The veteran right-hander was productive over 10 innings with Triple-A Durham -- he posted a 3.60 ERA, 0.90 WHIP and 10:2 K:BB -- but a promotion to the Rays wasn't in the cards. Anderson will look to join another organization that can presumably present him with a clearer path back to the big leagues.
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  • Rays' Chase Anderson: Signs with Rays

    The Rays signed Anderson to a minor-league contract Tuesday. Anderson didn't appear in a game for the Tigers this season, but he did post a 4.63 ERA and 62:27 K:BB in 70 innings for Triple-A Toledo. The righty's recent performance doesn't suggest he'll see many opportunities for Tampa Bay, even with their track record of reviving the careers of many a pitcher.
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  • Chase Anderson: Parting ways with Detroit

    Anderson opted out of his minor-league contract with the Tigers on Saturday, Robert Murray of FanSided.com reports. Anderson and the Tigers have now parted ways for the second time this season, as the right-hander was previously released from his minor-league deal April 10 and then re-signed two days later. Though Detroit has dealt with a litany of injuries to its pitching staff this season, Anderson was unable to earn a call-up to the majors despite having been a staple in the Triple-A Toledo rotation. Over his 17 outings (15 starts) at Triple-A, Anderson produced a 4.63 ERA, 1.39 WHIP and 62:27 K:BB in 70 innings.
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  • Chase Anderson: Cut by Detroit

    Detroit released Anderson from his minor-league contract Sunday. The Tigers elected to move on from Anderson after he was lit up for three runs on six hits and two walks across 2.2 innings in his lone start for Triple-A Toledo last Friday. Now a free agent, the 34-year-old right-hander will look to catch on elsewhere as organizational starting depth.
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  • Tigers' Chase Anderson: Reporting to Triple-A

    The Tigers reassigned Anderson to Triple-A Toledo on Wednesday, Evan Petzold of the Detroit Free Press reports. After signing a minor-league contract with an invitation to spring training, Anderson appeared in three Grapefruit League games, giving up three earned runs on nine hits and a walk while striking out two batters over five innings. The 34-year-old will start the year in Triple-A, but due to his big-league experience, he could be one of the first pitchers to get called up if needed. Anderson appeared in 14 games with the Phillies in 2021, nine of which were starts, producing a disappointing 6.75 ERA and 1.48 WHIP while posting a 6.6 K/9, his lowest since 2015.
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  • Tigers' Chase Anderson: Fighting for bullpen spot

    Anderson is one of several pitchers still competing to fill out the back end of Detroit's bullpen to begin the regular season, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports. Woodbery notes that six pitchers (Anderson, Jacob Barnes, Jason Foley, Rony Garcia, Will Vest and Drew Hutchison) are likely competing for five roster spots. Anderson has largely been a starter during his MLB career, but it appears that he won't be in the rotation to begin the year for the Tigers, so he'll likely need to make the team as a long reliever.
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  • Tigers' Chase Anderson: Latches on with Detroit

    Anderson signed a minor-league contract with the Tigers on Monday, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports. There's no question that Anderson has struggled over his last few seasons, accruing a 7.22 ERA over 33.2 innings during the 2020 campaign and a 6.75 ERA across 48 innings with Philly a season ago, but he was formerly a serviceable starter, posting his best season with Milwaukee in 2017 with a 2.74 ERA and 1.09 WHIP in 141.1 frames. The Tigers lack established rotation options behind Eduardo Rodriguez, Tarik Skubal and Casey Mize, so Anderson could realistically break camp in the big-league rotation if he has a strong spring.
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  • Rangers' Chase Anderson: Joins Rangers on minors deal

    Anderson signed a minor-league contract with the Rangers on Tuesday, Robert Murray of FanSided.com reports. Anderson didn't have to wait long to find a new club after getting released by the Phillies on Sunday. He joins a team that's in desperate need of starting pitching, with Dane Dunning, Mike Foltynewicz and Spencer Howard all on the COVID-19 injured list. The Rangers may prefer to give opportunities to younger players rather than a 33-year-old who owns a 6.94 ERA over the last two seasons, however, so there's no guarantee he joins the major-league roster any time soon.
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  • Chase Anderson: Let go by Phillies

    Anderson was released by the Phillies on Sunday, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports. Anderson was designated for assignment by the Phillies on Thursday and has now parted ways with the team. The veteran right-hander struggled as both a starter and reliver this season with a 6.75 ERA, 1.48 WHIP and 35:20 K:BB across 48 innings (14 appearances).
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