Anderson (knee) is ahead of schedule and should be ready to pitch when play resumes, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Anderson underwent knee surgery in June and was expected to miss the beginning of the season. However, he was ahead of schedule when play was suspended and could be an option for the Giants either in the rotation or bullpen when games return. Anderson struggled through 20.2 innings with the Rockies before undergoing season-ending surgery in 2019, posting an 11.76 ERA and 2.13 WHIP.
Anderson (knee) signed a one-year contract with the Giants on Tuesday, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
The two sides came to an agreement just one day after Anderson was non-tendered by the Giants. The southpaw dealt with knee issues for most of the 2019 season, making just five starts and finishing with an 11.76 ERA, 2.13 WHIP and 23:11 K:BB across 20.2 innings with the Rockies. Anderson likely won't be ready for the start of the 2020 season after undergoing knee surgery in June, though he should compete for a rotation spot once healthy.
Anderson (knee) was non-tendered by the Giants on Monday, Andrew Baggarly of The Athletic reports.
Anderson was picked up off waivers by the Giants at the end of October, but he'll now head to the open market. He struggled to an 11.76 ERA and 2.13 WHIP with a 23:11 K:BB over 20.2 innings in 2019 with Colorado. Anderson isn't expected to be ready for Opening Day after undergoing left knee surgery in June.
Anderson was claimed off waivers by the Giants on Wednesday.
Anderson struggled in five major-league starts last season, posting an 11.76 ERA with a 2.13 WHIP over 20.2 innings pitched before a left knee injury ended his season. The 29-year-old underwent surgery in June and likely won't be ready for the start of the regular season, but he'll look to turn things around when healthy after a career-worst season.
Anderson (knee surgery) will likely open the 2020 season on the injured list, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports.
He underwent left knee surgery in June, and it sounds like it will carry at least a 10-month recovery timetable. Anderson would not have been an appealing player to draft even if he were fully healthy. He had an 11.76 ERA in five starts this year.
Anderson (knee) is unlikely to return from the 60-day injured list this season, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports.
Before Anderson underwent surgery on his left knee earlier this month, the Rockies left the door open for him to return later in the season, but the organization is apparently no longer seriously considering bringing him back. Colorado will likely monitor the southpaw's progress carefully over the next months before determining whether it's worthwhile to tender him a contract for 2020, when he'll be entering his second year of arbitration.
Anderson will undergo surgery on his left knee Tuesday, Nick Groke of The Athletic reports.
Anderson is finally scheduled for surgery after landing on the injured list May 22. The Rockies have yet to unveil a timetable for his return, though there appears to be a chance that he could return this season, depending on what the doctors find during the procedure.
Anderson has yet to undergo surgery to repair a left knee chondral defect, Nick Groke of The Athletic reports.
Anderson was transferred to the 60-day injured list near the end of May after it was determined that he would require knee surgery, though the southpaw apparently still hasn't undergone the procedure. He's not a lock to return this season, a concern that increases with each day Anderson delays surgery.
Anderson (knee) was recalled from Triple-A Albuquerque and placed on the 60-day injured list Wednesday, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports.
He is on the shelf after undergoing surgery to repair a left knee chondral defect, and may not even return this season, so this is simply procedural to open up a spot on the 40-man roster.
Anderson will undergo left knee surgery, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports.
Anderson posted an 11.76 ERA and 2.13 WHIP in five starts this season before being optioned to Triple-A Albuquerque and subsequently diagnosed with knee inflammation. Whether or not the surgery will keep him out all year won't be known until the procedure is complete.
Anderson will decide whether or not to undergo knee surgery within the next few days, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports.
Anderson struggled to start the season and was sent to Triple-A Albuquerque in early May. It was then revealed that he'd been dealing with left knee inflammation. His recovery timeline from any potential procedure is not yet known, but his absence would likely be a long one.
Anderson hasn't pitched at Triple-A Albuquerque since being demoted May 4 and will head to Chicago this week to receive a medical opinion on his injured left knee, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports.
Before getting sent to the minors, Anderson spent two weeks on the injured list after experiencing inflammation in his left knee. Though Anderson went on to make three underwhelming starts with the Rockies, it appears the knee has still been a source of discomfort for the lefty. Anderson, who previously required arthroscopic surgery on the knee in 2017, will have a specialist assess his condition and determine the best treatment method for the persistent injury.
Anderson was optioned to Triple-A Albuquerque on Saturday.
Anderson reportedly had a tenuous hold on his rotation spot heading into Friday's game against the Diamondbacks, and allowing six runs in four innings was evidently the last straw. He'll try to figure things out in Albuquerque after recording an 11.76 ERA in his first five starts. Yency Almonte will take his place on the roster, though it's not yet clear who will take his spot in the rotation.
Anderson (0-3) took the loss against the Diamondbacks on Friday, giving up six runs on seven hits over four innings. He struck out five and walked one in the 10-9 loss.
The left-hander continues to get lit up to start the season, as he's given up at least five earned runs in all five trips to the mound he's made so far in 2019. Manager Bud Black has said that Anderson's spot in the rotation was on tenuous ground given his early-season struggles, and he didn't inspire confidence of a turnaround in this contest, so it's possible he's set to lose his spot.
Manager Bud Black said that Anderson would start Friday at home against the Diamondbacks but hinted that the left-hander's rotation spot may be on shaky ground, MLB Network Radio on SiriusXM reports. "We're aware, [Anderson is] aware we're going to try and run out our best five guys, every chance we can," Black said.
Anderson posted a season-high nine strikeouts in his last turn in Atlanta over the weekend, but he failed to escape the fifth inning for the third start in a row. Even when he maxed out at five innings in his first outing of the season March 30, Anderson still ceded five runs to a lowly Marlins offense, so he hasn't given the Rockies or fantasy players much reason to have faith in him. Don't expect dramatically better results when Anderson returns to action at Coors Field this weekend, with another bad outing potentially putting him at risk of a demotion to the bullpen or even Triple-A Albuquerque.
Anderson allowed five runs on four hits and four walks while striking out nine over 4.2 innings Sunday in a no-decision against the Braves.
Anderson wasn't sharp on the hill in this one, and the Braves got to him for three first-inning runs on a pair of long balls. Atlanta also tacked on another run in the third and fourth innings before the 29-year-old was lifted. Anderson has struggled mightily so far this season, and his 11.34 ERA over 16.2 frames proves it.
Anderson gave up five runs on four hits with three walks while striking out four through three innings in a no-decision against the Nationals on Monday.
In his return from the injured list, Anderson delivered another miserable outing. The left-hander has given up at least five runs in each of his appearances this season. The 29-year-old has a 0-2 record with a 12.00 ERA through three starts. Anderson will get his next start Sunday against the Braves.
Anderson (knee) was activated from the 10-day injured list and will start Monday against the Nationals, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports.
It was an expected move for the left-hander, after manager Bud Black hinted Sunday that Anderson may be in line for Monday's start. He will make his return for this bout with the Nationals, and hopefully a clean bill of health will get him on track as he had given up 11 earned runs in just nine innings before his trip to the injured list with knee inflammation. The Rockies placed Kyle Freeland (blister) on the 10-day injured list in a corresponding move.
Anderson (knee) could return to the rotation Monday against the Nationals, Taylor McGregor of AT&T Sportsnet reports.
Manager Bud Black hinted after the game that Anderson will be the starter but stopped short of confirming the news. Anderson pitched nine innings prior to being placed on the injured list with inflammation in his right knee, racking up an 11.00 ERA and 2.33 WHIP.
Anderson (knee) threw a bullpen session Monday without issue, Nick Groke of The Athletic reports.
The Rockies bumped Chad Bettis from their starting rotation to the bullpen, and following a healthy bullpen from Anderson, it would appear as though he's close to being activated. While Anderson's return from the injured list isn't imminent at this point, per Groke, he's certainly trending in the right direction.
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